Changing layer stacking order


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Changing layer stacking order

There are also keyboard shortcuts for changing a layers position in the stacking order. So if you take a look at the Layers panel here, I have a layer here called Hugging and it's in the middle of the layers stack and you can see that there is this Running layer above that and the Hugging layer or the Falling layer is below this current layer. Now, yes, you can click with your mouse and just drag inside the layers stack, inside the Layers palette to reorder the stacking order, if you will. Okay, that's fine and dandy, works just fine. But again similar to selecting layers when you are recording actions, when you click and drag a specific layer and you are recording the name of that specific layer in your action. If you want to do this relatively, so as you are recording, so that it will work on any other document that has multiple layers on it. Then you might want to use the keyboard method instead.

So just like Option or Alt+Left and Right Bracket is used to select layers, the C...

Changing layer stacking order
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Changing layer stacking order provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design Photography
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