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There are shortcuts for selecting the first and the last layer. Alt + . → Top layer Alt + , → Bottom layer Photoshop default keyboard shortcuts There's also a shortcut for selecting the next layer above and below: Alt + [ and Alt + ]. Additionally, there are ways to select layers from the document, which I'm a big fan of. Just point at a layer in the ...


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For this exact scenario you can press Alt+] — that is a shortcut for Select Next Layer but if you have the top layer selected it'll jump back to the first one. The same is true for opposite: Alt+[ will select top layer if you have the first selected.


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These are the Auto Layout frames - the icon represents the direction the Auto Layout frame will flow: Horizontal: objects flow as a row Vertical: objects flow as a column


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Sorry for my english I'm from Costa Rica. But It's easy you just have to put your background image out of any artboard (like a background layer) and when you export your files in the export option, just clik "include overlaping areas".


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There's likely a faster way to do this somehow (and if I had to do this for more than a handful of frames I would have probably used ffmpeg) but the fastest way I was able to do this in GIMP was by first, preparing the overlay as a layer, selecting and copying that layer, selecting the bottom layer in the layers tab, pressing Ctrl-V to paste the overlay, ...


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