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I make preset, when I apply it to a layer, it deletes the other effects from the layer, and puts his own effects on it. How can I do so that the preset doesn't replace the effects on the layer, but adds?

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I make preset, when I apply it to a layer, it deletes the other effects from the layer, and puts his own effects on it. How can I do so that the preset doesn't replace the effects on the layer, but adds?

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Nov 03, 2020

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works the same way as if you add the same effect twice, and it'll overwrite the old one. Instead of using applyPreset() try using addProperty()

 

layer.property("ADBE Effect Parade")
.addProperty("EffectMatchName")

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