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Not simple, needs several fixes. At first the light should come from the ceiling. I approximated it by clipping the gate to a new layer. I guess you already have it as a separate layer. The layer was rotated and it got layer style "Drop shadow" to make a shadow below the gate: The next step is to match the color: It has adjustment layer Hue&...


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Select both figures and then go to Path -> Difference (Ctrl -). This will consume your square, so if you want to keep the square for later, duplicate it first (Ctrl D).


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Layer > New Layer or Shift+Ctrl+N (make sure it's transparent obviously) Select > All or Ctrl+A selects the entire layer. Or if you want to load a shape drawn on a transparent layer as a selection, right click the layer in the layers panel and choose Alpha to Selection. Obviously you will then have to select the transparent layer again before ...


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The answer turned out to be blindingly simple: Just select the layer and then apply the filter. I did try that before asking, but for some unknown reason it didn't work at first. In the end, however, it did.


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If your image is in grayscale or color-indexed mode (see the title bar), anything you add to it (cut/paste, or Open as layers) is coerced into its current mode (for grayscale: desaturated, for color-indexed: converted to the closest colors in the colormap). You can restore full color support in your image by putting in it "RGB" mode: Image>...


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Ok, here is a solution that should solve your issue or at the very least send you on your way. As I described in the comments below the post, this sets up a layer that is dedicated for exporting, duplicates one item after the other to this layer, exports and removes the element again: // set the preferences for the PNG export var pngPrefs = app....


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Well, that's two questions really, the first one, here's a sample to move the selected objects to a different layer named new_layer: var docSelected = app.activeDocument.selection; var targetLayer = app.activeDocument.layers["new_layer"]; for (s = 0; s < docSelected.length; s++) { myPath = docSelected[s]; myPath.move(targetLayer, ...


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Selection by color isn't sharp because at the edge the color often changes gradually. You must bite the bullet and draw a path around your shape. It makes as sharp selection as your photo allows. There's plenty of tutorials available like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqUineYZmpA BTW I have made numerous selections in photos to extract items and ...


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