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You can go to layers, open a masked group and alt-click on the layer with mask contour. It will select the mask and show the size. I think it should work in cs4 too.


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Let's start over, since it looks like your happy accident produced a semi-transparent "Let's Ride" mask and it makes it hard to see what's going on... To keep things simple, I'm starting with just a Background Layer (with the visibility turned off for now) and a Text Layer. With your Text Layer selected, use the Magic Wand to select the space inside ...


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Make sure that the layer is active when you are scaling. This is indicated by a white outline around the layer in the layers dialog: If the layer mask is active, then the scale tool will only scale that one layer mask. Again, this is indicated by a white outline around the layer mask in the layers dialog:


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The following procedure will help you to show more part of the image through the text. 1.Create a New_layer over the text_layer 2.Use any brush with 100% hardness and 100% opacity to paint over the gaps in the text_layer where you actually what the image to be shown. ( Use a any solid color to paint over ) 3.Group the New_layer & ...


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I hope I understood what you mean, you set the mask and some parts of the top image doesn't show up in the text while some parts( you don't want to show) show up. Well, if that is your question, you can click on image layer then activate Move tool (press V from keyboard) and move the image as you like. Show the parts you wants and hide others.


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To cut some parts of your vector logo/letters, simply select the letter and the white rectangle above them, and use the "divide" in the Pathfinder tool, instead of using "exclude." Then delete the white parts. It shouldn't mess your colors and gradients, or not too much if you used simple gradients. Using the pathfinder tool is the best way to get ...


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Photoshop has roughly 4 different layer constructs: Pixel Layers - a layer consisting of only pixels (raster) Shape Layers - A layer consisting of a flood color fill layer in conjunction with a vector mask Vector Layers - a vector path which uses fill and stroke options Smart Objects - an embedded data file which can consist of any number of the above. ...



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