Changing settings and updating the workspace


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Changing settings and updating the workspace

Let's make a few more modifications to the interface, and then we'll update our workspaces. But first thing I want to do is I want to change my Layer thumbnail, so that they are nice and big, and the advantage here is that you can see them easily inside the video. You may want to leave yours small, it's totally up to you, or you could change them out to medium, but I like them big. So, I'm going to go over to the layers panel here, and I'm going to click on this menu icon and choose panel Options. You long-time users will notice that the Merlins have gone, the little Merlins that used to be around the Paint palette up here at the top of the dialog box, instead we have flowers.

I am going to select the biggest flower. Then I'm going to drop down to this check box and turn off Use Default Masks on Fill layers so that we don't automatically get masks on Solid Fill layers, and Gradient layers and Pattern layers, which are fairly rare layers inside of Photoshop, but s...

Changing settings and updating the workspace
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Changing settings and updating the workspace provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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