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How do I save all layers under 1 slice?

How do I save all layers under 1 slice?

How do I save all layers under 1 slice?

(OP)
hi there

I've got multiple layers under 1 slice. These are different coloured t-shirts all in the same position.

How do I save all these stacked layers at the same time?

thanks
mark

RE: How do I save all layers under 1 slice?

Unless you set a rollover state or some such you will only be able to view the top one any way.

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

RE: How do I save all layers under 1 slice?

(OP)
Except it's not a roll-over, it's multiple images. There surely must be a way to do this.

I know in Fireworks you can set up Frames and then save them all out at the same time..?

RE: How do I save all layers under 1 slice?

What are you trying to do with these images?
Animation?

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

RE: How do I save all layers under 1 slice?

(OP)
No, I'm trying to save them out for a t-shirt website. For each t-shirt design, there are several colours available.

I'm making the colour variations in Photoshop, and then want to save out in one go...

ta
Mark

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