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September 30, 2010

Gypsy tip - Easy way to choose layers in a image especially when flipped

I have already talked about this. When you have an image (should be proportional ie golden link yellow)
and you want to choose the rest of the layers maybe in a different page then just copy the image and then keep adding the images. They will come automatically grouped and since cursor size is same all will fall in place provided the actual size button is not on.
But here is a cool thing  - did you know that if the image is flipped all the rest also come flipped

Images as it is and then layers. See how since they are all lined up in the image queue they will come grouped in the mat too. This was you can select image and instead of remembering cursor height and then selecting all you can have all fall in place without straining those noggins'

And now flipped image and then subsequent layers. You can see clearly because we have  word in this and it is flipped


JenL said...

Awesome tip, I didn't realize that. Thank you!! :)

Measha06 said...

How do you copy an image to a different layer? I dont understand how to copy to a different page, I have managed copying on the same page but do not understand how to copy to a different page.

papillon digital design said...

It is the same as copying to same page my dear. Just select the image (blue) do not touch anything else on the mat but the layer/page button you want to go to and then tap the copy paste button and the whole group will be copied

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