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Adobe photoshop CSS and Paintnet

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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I received a file from a graphics person who created a file in Photoshop CSS and she says that she did not flatten the layers.  But when I opened the file in Paintnet, there was only one layer and it looks like the layers had been flattened.  How do I view the file in Paintnet with all the layers separated.  Thank u.
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Never used Paint Net myself, but from reading I have to ask, do you have the PSD Plugin for Paint Net?

http://psdplugin.codeplex.com/

I think even with the plugin, some elements may not be editable. It should give you "layers" but anything vectored will be rasterized when opened in Paint Net as Paint Net does not support vector graphics.
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I salute u for the solution to a difficult Q, thank u, u have definitely earned the title of Guru. Thank u.
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You're welcome. Thanks for the points.
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