You have to set the opacity of each layer in normal blending mode to a value which makes the nearest effect if it could be on its blending mode. Insert a background layer with the same color or image as the website background and you can check easely the effect but when you save the whole psd into png, do not forget to make the background illisible.
I've concluded what I felt was most the most appropriate alternative to the PSD format.
Despite, as the original question raised, ORA not being compatible with ImageMagick, it appears I will be choosing this and instead feature requesting or doing a PR to get compatibility as it looks like the ideal open alternative to PSD for my use-case.
The format works ...
Your requirements "looks" detailed, but they are not detailed enough. Let me explain.
PSD files don't open well on software like GIMP and ImageMagick due to the issues with clipping masks
A clipping mask is a vector shape that contains stuff inside, either another vector shape or a raster image.
In this case, I would say SVG is your best ...
I think you'll find that TIFF has the best balance of wide adoption and compatibility without being an explicitly proprietary format. The fact is that most graphic designers use Adobe software so if other designers will need to access this using a format like Open EXR will likely cause more problems than it will fix. It certainly depends on your intended ...
In the realm of graphic design, no such format. TIF is indeed problematic due to its nature and its not just about photoshop extensions but the way extensions are implemented. Not usually a problem in graphic design. In graphic design the real horse is PDF but while pdf may be open to standard its not exactly open and riddled with problems in your usecase.
Two years later, I know you probably don't need to know anymore, but I did and found this easy way.
Copy them to a new document, then do this: https://blogs.adobe.com/jkost/2016/07/document-layer-count-in-photoshop-cc-2015-5.html
To quickly view the number of layers in a document, click the chevron
to the right of the status box (at the bottom of the ...
We are found some valuable resources, It seems you are finding it difficult to pick multiple layers in GIMP. Do you want to know about how to select multiple layers in GIMP? You are just at the right place.
You can find the best solution here.
Most of the time we use Photoshop as image editing software. Photoshop easily give us the option to select ...
I know this question answered a long time ago.
but for those who read all answers :-D
You can select All Layers by this shortcut 'Ctrl + Alt + A' [as Rokas Says] and then press 'Ctrl + <' and toggle all layer to Hide Or Unhide.
I hope this will help
It isn't possible. Linking layers works regardless of groups. You'd have to unlink layers you don't want to move together.
Use groups to organise your layers instead. Use links only when you want to link layers regardless of grouping.
With the move tool, and the group selected in the layers panel, you can toggle between "Pick a layer or guide" and "Move ...
If the images are not too big (otherwise work with smaller groups), and if the file names in both sets are ordered the same way, using scripts that exist:
Load N images of the first group as layers in one single image (open the first normally, and use File>Open as layers for the rest (the file selector in open-as-layers lets you select multiple files, so ...