Final footnotes


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Final footnotes

Two last footnotes that I would like to mention before we put this chapter to bed and those are merging layers and saving the layer composition. Both of these items affect layer comps as it turns out. I am going to go ahead and bring up the Layers palette, so that we can see it here and I am still working of course inside the terriblebattle.psd image though I have to admit, I have made several modifications to it. We have added a few layers and we have added some layercomps as well. Working along inside of this image, I am going to go down to my uber group folder here, that contains the adjustments group and the dinosaurs group and the loose stretched layer and I am going to click on a stretched layer.

I want to take it out of the uber group. Notice, that it's a little indented to show me that it's part of the uber group right now. I am going to press Ctrl+Shift+Left Bracket or Command+Shift+Left Bracket on the Mac to move it out of that group. It no longer appears indented inside the pal...

Final footnotes
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Final footnotes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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