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Is there a way to make all layers visible in Photoshop? Is there a quick way to do this, for example, short key or script?

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I'm guessing you have a huge number of layers:

The fastest way is to click+drag over all the layer eyeballs, this works in CS5 at least. Note that visibility changes are not undo-able, i.e. they don't show up in history

A better suggestion for the future; get used to organizing layers into groups, then you will have far less 'points' to turn on/off layers.

There are also some cool layer shortcuts here

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right click the eyeball of any layer. there is a show/hide all that is the same as alt clicking an eyeball. select it. if it hides all layers, then repeat. it will show them all. if you would like a hot key, use the action palate to automate this sequence of actions.

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Select all layers by Pressing Ctrl + Alt + A, and then with the layers selected go to Layer>Hide layers and then Layer>Show layers. Hope this helps!

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Create one blank layer to the top of the all layers and point your mouse to this new created layer eyeball and press the Alt Button on/off .

new created layer will off while all the layers are off and v/versa.

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Show/Hide all layers:

You can use the "show all/hide all layers" by right clicking on the eyeball on any layer and selecting the "show/hide" option. It will make all the layers visible.

show/hide all layers in Adobe Photoshop

You can also use the other shortcut mentioned above (Command + Alt + A) and then use the shortcut Command + ,

Show/Hide all layers but one:

If you want to hide all the other layers but not a specific one, you can hold the ALT key and click on the eyeball on the selected layer. It will show/hide all the active layers but the one you selected.

It will not make the layers that were not visible.... visible, though!

Show/Hide one layer

Simply click Command + , (it does the same as clicking the eyeball on one layer).

You can change that shortcut in the menu Edit > Keyboard Shortcut > Layers

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