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  1. #1
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    What have I done?......(photoshop)

    OK, so normally when I had a .psd file open (with lots of layers/elements), I could touch my cursor to a certain image and that layer would automatically become highlighted/live in the layer window, making it easier to identify stuff, and move things around.

    Now though, I have apparently done something which has disabled this.

    Since I don't know what it's called, or how it ever got turned on to begin with, I sure as heck don't know how I managed to turn the darn thing off. I sure do miss this feature though.

    Anybody know what it's called, and/or how to turn it back on?

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    On the top menu go to WINDOWS---LAYERS and check it and that should bring up the layers panel.

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    Nope...select 'Move Tool' (cursor) and on the tool bar above, you'll see 'Auto Select Layer'...check that and you're done.

    Use Corel though...better by far

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    Originally posted by EagleImagery
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    Nope...select 'Move Tool' (cursor) and on the tool bar above, you'll see 'Auto Select Layer'...check that and you're done.

    Yes, that did it. Thank you. I love that feature.

    Originally posted by EagleImagery
    Use Corel though...better by far
    Well, not all of us have your skills EI, regardless of what program we use.

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