Updating true clones in one operation


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Updating true clones in one operation

In this exercise, we are going to see the real power of true clones. We are going to modify one of these text layers and all the other text will change in kind. It's a little tricky though because unless your text is exactly the same physical size after you get done modifying it or changing its formatting, you are going to need to change the size of the Smart Object as well to avoid cropping, and I'll show you how that works in just a moment. I've saved my progress as Watermark.psd found inside the 29_smart_objects folder. Now recall what we have here is this Watermark Smart Object that itself contains three groups, each of which contains their own Smart Object, so that we have smart objects nested inside groups which are nested inside of a Smart Object, which is an entirely acceptable, and by the way, recommended way of working inside Photoshop.

Permits us a lot of flexibility, as you're sure about to find out. But in order to edit any one of these text layers, we need t...

Updating true clones in one operation
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Updating true clones in one operation provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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