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TImi Boose
Mysterious non existent layer showing in file
on Feb 4, 2016 at 6:06:37 am

Hi - I'm working on a cd digipack. There are quite a bit of layers. The back cover is a cityscape and should match the same coloring as the front cover - it is one photo laid across front and back. For some reason on the back cover, the coloring is completely different - it is all red - making it look like some kind of effect was applied. I have gone through all the layers and it never disappears. Sometimes I open the file and the effect is not there but sometimes I open it and it's there. I am worried because i'm doing this for a client and need to send it to print. Is the file corrupted? What can i do to make it go away?

Here is a photo and some screenshots of my layers. I noticed that at the top the layer style is set on "pass through" and before posting this, I changed that to normal and it made no difference.

Any ideas?









Any ideas?


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TImi Boose
Re: Mysterious non existent layer showing in file
on Feb 4, 2016 at 7:42:21 am

If i turn all the layers with the background picture OFF, I still see that red image....





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TImi Boose
Re: Mysterious non existent layer showing in file
on Feb 4, 2016 at 10:24:40 am

Relief! I found out the answer searching on the internet. If this happens to you check your Channels window. I had a quick mask in the channels - how it happened i've no clue but i trashed it and my file is back to normal!!


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Jannatul Shumi
Re: Mysterious non existent layer showing in file
on Feb 27, 2016 at 9:52:06 am

Thank God, you just got the answer of this problem and thank you for letting us know as well about this.

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