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I downloaded a .psd file webpage template and am trying to make some edits. It has 50 layers and I'd like to know what is the best (quickest) way to identify what each layer contains. I used the search and couldn't find this answer.

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Um. Maybe I'm misunderstanding the question. But...

I don't know about you, but my favorite way of telling the difference between a rock and a tree is to look at it.

I can only image the same would apply to any sort of image, and any layers it might contain.

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Um. Maybe I'm misunderstanding the question. But...

I don't know about you, but my favorite way of telling the difference between a rock and a tree is to look at it.

Well, aren't you eager to make an of yourself.

If anyone would like me to explain my question further, I'll be happy to.

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If you'll lose the attitude, you can try again. No cursing (that includes the word I removed); also, pyrochild was being helpful, and he's one of the most knowledgeable people on this site.

Be a little nicer, and I'll be happy to keep your next thread open.

This one is gone, though. Thread Locked

 

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