Where’s my new layer??

DD
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Dan Davis
Feb 24, 2005
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Hey can anyone shed some light? (PS7.0) When I do a Ctrl-X and then Ctrl-V it now pastes into the same layer, whereas before I thought it pasted into a new layer. Am I mistaken? Ctrl-C and then Ctrl-V does make a new layer.

Wha’ happened?

–DD


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archy
Feb 24, 2005
"Dan Davis" wrote in message
Hey can anyone shed some light? (PS7.0) When I do a Ctrl-X and then Ctrl-V it now pastes into the same layer, whereas before I thought it pasted into a new layer. Am I mistaken? Ctrl-C and then Ctrl-V does make a new layer.

Wha’ happened?
It should work. I suggest trashing your preferences, which is almost always the first port of call when PS doesn’t behave the way it should.

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edjh
Feb 24, 2005
Dan Davis wrote:
Hey can anyone shed some light? (PS7.0) When I do a Ctrl-X and then Ctrl-V it now pastes into the same layer, whereas before I thought it pasted into a new layer. Am I mistaken? Ctrl-C and then Ctrl-V does make a new layer.
Wha’ happened?

–DD
Bitmap (one bit) Mode perhaps?


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SpaceGirl
Feb 25, 2005
Dan Davis wrote:
Hey can anyone shed some light? (PS7.0) When I do a Ctrl-X and then Ctrl-V it now pastes into the same layer, whereas before I thought it pasted into a new layer. Am I mistaken? Ctrl-C and then Ctrl-V does make a new layer.
Wha’ happened?

–DD

It’ll paste to the same layer if your image is using index colours.

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