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Method of show all layers

Posted on 2004-08-20
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Is there a method - or an option to show all layers within a psd file?

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Jacob
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by:weed
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Sort of. This only works if you have one layer visible. Hold down option and click on the Eye to the left of the layer. Thatll show all layers. If you have two layers visible and use option-click itll just toggle the other layer.
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What version of photoshop are you using?
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In Photoshop CS for Windows, if you right click on the eye to the left of the layer in the options you can pick "Show/Hide all other layers".
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Ahh that's a feature I didn't know existed. Even I learn something new every day. Works on the Mac version as well.
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