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You just need to select lock position (the one with the arrows) in the layers palette:
Groups/folders can effectively behave in two ways, they can be an organization method where each object inside is treated as the individual objects they are, or groups/folders can treat multiple objects as one single object... The group settings will override the objects inside it. This is very handy for lots of techniques, and works with styles as well as ...
If you are saving as a native Photoshop file, Ensure the Layers options is checked in the save dialog window.
Looks like your move tool is in 'Move selection' mode. Check the Move setting in the tool options (this image is from the docs and shows Move layer mode): The Alt key toggles to the 'Move selection' mode (Ctrl does the same for 'Move path'), and is supposed to switch back to 'Move layer' once you let go of the key. If you manage to steal the input focus ...
Here you go : Ctrl-2 - Lock (selected object) Ctrl-Alt-Shift-2 - Lock all unselected objects Ctrl-Alt-2 - Unlock All PS:Tested on Adobe illustrator CC and it works.Hope it works for other version too.All the best.
here's a one-liner script that toggles active layer visibility app.activeDocument.activeLayer.visible ^= 1; this other one-liner toggles lock/unlock app.activeDocument.activeLayer.locked ^= 1; install those 2 scripts into your default scripts folder, then create two actions to run them, assign them shortcut keys and you're all set.
It's not an exact solution to your issue, but you could try grouping your layers, if you haven't already. You can also convert layers used in the creation of a single element (in this example, text and a shape to make a button) to Smart Objects. Both of these methods will clean up your Layers Panel and subsequently reduce the number of different colors ...
Linking Layers only has one real benefit over Grouping - Layer Order. For most purposes you're better off using Groups in my opinion this way you can rename the group and collapse it in your layer panel. However, with Groups all entities must be stacked. With Linking that isn't the case. You can have a layer at the very top of your document linked with a ...
Do whatever you did with "Hello" Select all layers except the background layer. Turn layers into smart object. Duplicate the newly created smart object. Let's call it HelloB FLIP HelloB vertically. Do not rotate it. flip it, then position it underneath Hello. Set transparencies and stuff to HelloB. For that vanishing effect, i would apply a layer mask to ...
Since this is tagged as web-design: Although your purpose for these calendar images is not clear, in order to create this in the most dynamic way, I'd recommend using HTML's little know <time> element (which is supported back to IE9) and CSS as opposed to creating a bunch of variation images because it's much easier to update. Here's a basic ...
A quick and dirty way in photoshop would be to open the image in photoshop, go to image/adjustments/hue&saturation, select colorize and then tune the Hue and Saturation sliders. Because you are using a png, you might have to clip out the parts you do not want to be effected and leave those parts a layer above the copy of the image with the parts you need ...
you could have the layers grouped up, add the adjustment to the group as a clipping mask and then export the group. That way, all the layers are exported with the adjustment made. Hope it helps.
You don't need the 3rd layer. Lower the flow of your brush and opacity if you like, although the lowered flow alone should be enough, and just paint back in the parts of the forest you want to show over the woman
Okay, so straight from the horses mouth - there is no "flatten" feature. Seems like a fairly basic operation to me! "There isn't a merge command like in Photoshop, but as a workaround you can create a new empty layer, drag everything else to inside that layer and then go to Layer -> Rasterize..." ...
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