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Make an action of your current workflow. To be more specific, make an action like this: Delete mask from your current layer ( Make sure to have your layer selected when you do this. If you have your mask selected you'd always have to select the mask when running the action ) Make a new Layer mask ( Make sure you have selection before you click it ) ...
Highlight Layer X and Group it (Command/Ctrl-g), apply the mask to the Group folder by clicking the mask icon at the bottom of the Layer Panel. You can then leave things as they are.. or move the mask to the layer replacing the existing mask. If you simply want to replace the existing mask, highlight the mask thumbnail then hit these keys in this ...
instead of adding an adjustment layer, select the layer you want than go to IMAGE --> Adjustments --> Invert. This will invert only the selected layer.
To scale and move hit ctrl+T or "Free Transform" in the context menu. In free transform mode, hold shift when dragging to keep it proportunate. The grey background is a little tougher and there are a few methods. The easiest is to set the train layer as "multiply" (found at top of layers panel) this treats White as transparent, so it won't work perfectly on ...
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