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on one layer do the gradient in one direction, then make another layer and do it in the opposite direction. Then click layer-properties-blending mode-overlay(thats the one i use, but choice what you like)

heres a pick, i think this is what you wanted. if not leme know.

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Set the Primary or Secondary color on the second gradient to Alpha = 0. This will make it transparent.

 

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Make a new layer?

If that's not what you want, then is this it?

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If so...

1) First, use the rectangular selection tool to select the area that you want the first gradient to be on.

2) Then, draw the gradient inside the selection.

3) Next, press CTRL and I to invert the selection.

4) Draw your second gradient.

Hope this helped.

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