So I have been trying to export a GIF from photoshop, I went to File - Export - Save for Web (Legacy); and from there I left all the options the same (expect for "Preset" which I set for "GIF 128 Dithered"). But when I hit "Save..." the GIF has all the layers pill up on each other rather than animating as it should, so the 1st layer comes on, then the 2nd layer comes on leaving the 1st layer, then the 3rd layer comes on leaving both the 1st and 2nd layer etc. I search all over for a solution on the internet, but it seems like I am the only one who has ever experience this problem before, kind of hard to believe. So if anyone can offer any solutions I would very much appreciate it, thanks!
2) No, the preview shows the same problem that's in the final product.
3) Yes, in fact now that I tried it without transparency the export works.
The only problem is that I was trying to get this GIF to be transparent, do you (or anyone) know why Photoshop would have problems exporting a transparent GIF? Actually is it a problem with Photoshop, or does Photoshop have a good reason for not exporting GIF as transparent? Thanks for the response btw.