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Open "Levels" and zoom in as close as you can on one of the incorrect pixels. Using the Black Eye Dropper within the Levels window, click on the bad pixel. It will change all pixels of that color (and darker) to pure black.


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You need to work on the same layer as the circle, in this case. If you want to keep the circle for reference, then clone that layer and hide the original. Work on the cloned layer of the circle and use your eraser to punch a hole in it.


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I would recommend opening all of them in Photoshop on seperate layers. Select and mask the desired comments, and move up/down in the layers as needed, until they're on top of the original document and positioned correctly.


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Like CAI already mentioned in a comment: Create a Smart Object out of this layer. Copy it Whenever you edit the Smart Object, all copies will be updated as well. Layer effects, blending modes, opacity etc. will stay the same.


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If you want to paint directly onto the Cyan channel then you should be in the Cyan channel on the panel: It should then work just fine. You can't paint on the Cyan channel of an empty layer because there is no Cyan channel.


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I found that useful: Instead, link all the text layers you want to change, then select one of them and use the option bar to make the changes WHILE holding the Shift key. source


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You can also use the Dash and Gap settings to achieve the same result. Create a circle. Turn off the fill and set the border to desired thickness. Click on the gear icon on the Borders setting to reveal the dash fields. In the gap, enter the diameter of the circle * PI, 3.14. Then increase the Dash field number until you have the desired result or you can ...



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