– Merging vector layers!

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Jul 28, 2006
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Using CS2.. say I have 2 different layers each containing path info (ie, objects drawn with anchor points.. vector stuff) — how do I merge these two (or more) path layers into a single layer containing all the vector info WITHOUT rasterizing anything, and still allowing me the flexibility to move anchor points after the fact?

Thanks!

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edjh
Jul 28, 2006
Tarquin J. Yeager, Esq. wrote:
Using CS2.. say I have 2 different layers each containing path info (ie, objects drawn with anchor points.. vector stuff) — how do I merge these two (or more) path layers into a single layer containing all the vector info WITHOUT rasterizing anything, and still allowing me the flexibility to move anchor points after the fact?

Thanks!
You can do it in the Paths palette with regular copy/paste, but the color fills might be a problem if they are not the same.


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no
Jul 31, 2006
Could you dumb that answer down a bit for me? I’m Canadian. 🙂

(Believe it or not, I’d need a step by step process. I know, I know.. it’s a wonder we can operate a sink.) =)

"edjh" wrote in message
Tarquin J. Yeager, Esq. wrote:
Using CS2.. say I have 2 different layers each containing path info (ie, objects drawn with anchor points.. vector stuff) — how do I merge these two (or more) path layers into a single layer containing all the vector info WITHOUT rasterizing anything, and still allowing me the flexibility to move anchor points after the fact?

Thanks!
You can do it in the Paths palette with regular copy/paste, but the color fills might be a problem if they are not the same.


Comic book sketches and artwork:
http://www.sover.net/~hannigan/edjh.html
Comics art for sale:
http://www.sover.net/~hannigan/batsale.html

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