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Adjustment layer is white

New Here ,
Aug 06, 2021 Aug 06, 2021

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Hi! I need help!
When i want to make a Adjustment layer it is white (not transparent)
Hot do i make the Adjustment layer it self transparent? 
[NOTE]
The blending mode isn't helping!

Please if someone know what to do!

Thanks.

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 06, 2021 Aug 06, 2021
Your adjustment layer is used as a track matte, by two layers at the same time no less. This simply cannot work. I would suggest you actually read the online help on such basics before modifying what appears to be a downloaded template or blindly following a tutorial. Mylenium

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 06, 2021 Aug 06, 2021
Mylenium is correct.  You have an Alpha Track Matte set on the layer below the adjustment layer.  This means Layer 2 is taking the alpha channel from the layer above - which is probably nothing.  You also have Layer 1 using the alpha channel of Layer 2. This makes no sense at all.  Try turning off the Alpha Track Matte setting, especially if you're not sure what they're doing.  

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Aug 06, 2021 Aug 06, 2021

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Your adjustment layer is used as a track matte, by two layers at the same time no less. This simply cannot work. I would suggest you actually read the online help on such basics before modifying what appears to be a downloaded template or blindly following a tutorial.

 

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Mylenium is correct.  You have an Alpha Track Matte set on the layer below the adjustment layer.  This means Layer 2 is taking the alpha channel from the layer above - which is probably nothing.  You also have Layer 1 using the alpha channel of Layer 2.

 

This makes no sense at all.  Try turning off the Alpha Track Matte setting, especially if you're not sure what they're doing.

 

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Alright i will check! Because im following a tutorial and this is exactly how they have but the Adjustment layer is transparent for them.

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