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Cannot edit text layer in template PSD file.

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Nov 05, 2022 Nov 05, 2022

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I was wondering how I can edit the text layer (travis scott) in this psd file here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vUvO79U_wUM_BGn2XjTv9gcss8HWWRJ4/view?usp=share_link

I can confirm that it's a text layer (the "T" symbol). However, after highlighting with the text tool and edit it, only a layer at the back is edited. I'm not sure how to proceed from this.

Any help would me appreciated!

 

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This appeared when I first opened the psd file, not sure what to choose.

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The text I want to edit.

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Community Expert , Nov 12, 2022 Nov 12, 2022

@Nam2697821704xi wrote on 5 November 2022

I was wondering how I can edit the text layer (travis scott) in this psd file here:

... after highlighting with the text tool and edit it, only a layer at the back is edited.

 

The text is typed in two places, so you'll need to edit it twice. You've found the "Travis" and "Scott" type layers.

janee_1-1668309135085.png

 

In the same "texto + Glow" folder, open the Smart Object called "glow" by double-clicking the icon on the left of the layer. Edit both text layers in the SO, t

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@Nam2697821704xi wrote on 5 November 2022

I was wondering how I can edit the text layer (travis scott) in this psd file here:

... after highlighting with the text tool and edit it, only a layer at the back is edited.

 

The text is typed in two places, so you'll need to edit it twice. You've found the "Travis" and "Scott" type layers.

janee_1-1668309135085.png

 

In the same "texto + Glow" folder, open the Smart Object called "glow" by double-clicking the icon on the left of the layer. Edit both text layers in the SO, then save and close the .psb to return to the .psd. The SO has a Gaussian blur to give it the "glow".

 

janee_2-1668309379477.png

 

A little higher up is another SO called "blur" inside a Nike shape.

janee_3-1668309995749.png

 

This SO has an image with the words Travis Scott clipped to the Nike shape.

 

janee_4-1668310095757.png

 

"Travis" partially shows through in the corner unless you hide the Blur layer.

janee_5-1668310290656.png

 

Apologies for not seeing your post for over a week. I hope this helps.

 

Jane

 

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