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Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Setting Layers Panel Options

3/1/2015 10:47:13 PM
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Photoshop does not have many options to order the panel of layers itself; in fact, there only the size of the nail of the inch of layer one-changes and how it enters the box of nail of the inch. You can choose to look at the nail of the inch of layer in small, average, or of big size, or you can choose not to have any nail of the shown inch of the whole. When you change the size of the nail of the inch, you ask Photoshop to spend more, or with less, lasted of the transformation on the posting of the image. The larger the thumbnail, the easier it is to see, but the longer it takes for Photoshop to draw the image in the Layers panel. If you’re experiencing performance issues with Photoshop, and you’re using the large thumbnail size option, you might consider choosing a smaller thumbnail size.

Set Layers Panel Options

1. Select the Layers panel.

2. Click the Layers Options button, and then click Panel Options.

3. Click a thumbnail size or the None option.

4. Click the Layer Bounds or Entire Document option.

5. Select the options you want:

  • Use Default Masks on Fill Layers. Select to automatically insert a mask when creating a new Adjustment layer.

  • Expand New Effects. Select if you would like to view Smart Filters or Layer Styles in the Layers panel. You can also click the triangle next to the Smart Filter or Layer Style icon in the Layers panel.

  • Add “copy” to Copied Layers and Groups. Select to add the text “copy” to copied layers or layer groups (New!).

6. Click OK.
 
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