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Perhaps you should check Layers panel, because "Select same .." doesn't work if the whole layer is highlighted. In order to work properly, object should be highlighted as well as selected. That is that blue highlight in Layers panel. Those are two separate things. So, select object, and make sure it's also highlighted in Layers panel, and ...


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Select all your shapes and go to Object> Flatten Transparency. This will "bake in" the blend mode color so that you can then select these shapes with Select> Same Fill Color. This will group everything so you can un-group if desired (Object> Ungroup). This will leave the underneath shape intact but will divide the upper shape (the one that ...


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I was able to figure it out! I just had to use a transparency mask.


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Let your text layer match well with the sunny part. Insert a Curves adjustment layer which makes the rest of the text darker. Make a selection with your text before you insert the adjustment layer, it generates the mask automatically, only remove the sunny part. That was actually already said in the earlier answer. To add some value to this answer I suggest ...


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If layer blending modes aren't doing it for you, or you can't take a new photo, then one possibility is to apply an Exposure Adjustment layer, clip it to the text layer, adjust the exposure to make it darker, then paint in black on the layer mask with a soft edged brush to reveal the area that isn't in the shade. Example


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Each text box has something called "Ignore Text Wrap" which pretty much does what it says when other objects interfere with the content inside the box. To turn this on, hit CTRL+B with one or more text boxes selected. The option is also available via Object Styles, in case you need to apply to multiple text boxes quickly.


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Based on this answer you can use PSD format as intermediate. You did (almost) zero research about the possibilities.


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This is how Illustrator works. You are creating "Objects" with your brush and they are listed in the Layers Panel separately. That way they can each have different appearance attributes (different fill and/or stroke colors, width profiles, etc.). You can simply twirl the parent layer closed if this is bothering you or create a "Sub Layer" ...


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