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After some discussion in the comments, I think something similar could be recreated in Illustrator. I would duplicate the top shape a few times, apply an outset to layers below to create a sort of stepped effect, change their fill colours, then apply drop shadows. The bottom layer can just be a solid filled version of the graphic. Here's a rough example of ...


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Would need more clarity...It seems as if you have different DPI settings, where one might be at 100DPI and the other at 200DPI, thus changing the layer size. If this is the case, adjust it in the menu to match; In the menu select "Image>Image Size" then adjust the resolution(DPI) accordingly.


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I've made a script for that — Split Layer to Islands — it's a part of a free scripts pack Scriptorator: Note that in your file assets seem to be quite close to each other so maybe you'd require to upscale the image to 400% or 800% using the Nearest Neighbour sampling method before splitting the layers. Then you can resize it back using the same method to ...


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As already said by others Photoshop has no function like "decide and make a new selection which contains the next object in this single layer bitmap image" But you can generate a script or even record an action which lets you to click the next shape and after it does the rest for you. You click a shape and press a function key to run your action. I tried ...


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Hold the Shift key and click on the chain icon next to any layer. It will affect all the layers.


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