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If you are referring to the yellow/violet lines on the left... The layer highlight colors mean nothing technical at all. They are merely provided so you can visually separate the layers while you are working if you feel you need to. You can set a group of layers to use Blue, then another group to use red, then another to use green -- this is only so you ...


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You can't. When you save to jpg you create a flat file without layers and no layer information is retained. You threw away all layers when you saved as a jpg. There is no way to get layers back. If you want to retain layers in any file, you should save it to the native .psd format.


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What I do is add 3 big folders to my work. Header, Body and Footer cause for a web designer these are very easy to distinguish. Place all my static layers in the Header, in the Footer I usually have stuff like copyright and lower menu and I always work in my Body, every other thing is there, therefore I do not need to open any other folder and doing so ...


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There's a slight trick to it. You can't drag from the layers panel to a tab. Highlight the layers you wish to move in the Layers Panel then click drag from the document window to a hidden tab. The tab should then spring forward and allow you to "drop" the layers. Basically the drag has to be initiated from within the active tab in order to get the hidden ...


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That's what I thought but wanted to make sure. Write your action so that you end up with 72 layers Either as part of your action or manually afterwards, select the options "File/Scripts/Export Layers to Files In the new window you will have the options to specify the file prefix, destination folder, and file format. Make your choices and click on OK. ...


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Copy&paste is the wrong approach to copy layers from one image to another - this will only transfer the layer content, and as you have discovered that isn't the same as a layer or group of layers. Instead, drag the layer or layer group from the layers dialog of the source image to an image window of the target image. This will keep them intact, ...


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Select the text layer Look at the top of your Layers-Panel. There are multiple locks displayed. Make sure none of them is activated You cannot deactivatd them? Make sure, that the text layer isn't inside a locked group. Groups can be locked and their effect also appliew on the layers inside of the group. Move the laye out of the group or unlock the group ...



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