PS 4 Actions – Can you force a new layer to the top of bottom of the stack ????

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Nov 24, 2009
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With PS 4 in an action I want to be create two new layers. One must be at the top of the layer stack and the other at the bottom. I cannot find a "send to top of stack" or "send to bottom of stack" command.

Any help please

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Gary Edstrom
Nov 24, 2009
On Tue, 24 Nov 2009 12:49:20 +0000, John wrote:

With PS 4 in an action I want to be create two new layers. One must be at the top of the layer stack and the other at the bottom. I cannot find a "send to top of stack" or "send to bottom of stack" command.

Any help please

How about simply clicking and draging it to the proper location?

Gary
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Gary Edstrom
Nov 24, 2009
On Tue, 24 Nov 2009 05:18:13 -0800, Gary Edstrom
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On Tue, 24 Nov 2009 12:49:20 +0000, John wrote:

With PS 4 in an action I want to be create two new layers. One must be at the top of the layer stack and the other at the bottom. I cannot find a "send to top of stack" or "send to bottom of stack" command.

Any help please

How about simply clicking and draging it to the proper location?
Gary

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RobertJM
Nov 24, 2009
"John" wrote in message
With PS 4 in an action I want to be create two new layers. One must be at the top of the layer stack and the other at the bottom. I cannot find a "send to top of stack" or "send to bottom of stack" command.

Any help please

I’ve only CS3, but will just adding 2 new layers then Layers/Arrange ‘send to back’ work…

Rob.
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john
Nov 24, 2009
On Tue, 24 Nov 2009 18:50:51 -0000, "RobertJM" wrote:

"John" wrote in message
With PS 4 in an action I want to be create two new layers. One must be at the top of the layer stack and the other at the bottom. I cannot find a "send to top of stack" or "send to bottom of stack" command.

Any help please

I’ve only CS3, but will just adding 2 new layers then Layers/Arrange ‘send to back’ work…

Rob.

Rob

Thanks for that. It works fine. I did not think of looking in the layers menu. I only tried "right clicking" to bring up the options.

Like most thing it is easy when you know how.

John

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