New layer/Fill with Multiply neutral color

Explorer ,
Apr 29, 2022 Apr 29, 2022

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Hello everyone—

I was wondering if anyone know how this changed from "grey" to "white." How do I change it back to grey. Thank you!

 

 

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Explorer , Apr 30, 2022 Apr 30, 2022
It wasn't a big deal. They were using the wrong mode: "multiply", which gives you a 100% white layer, instead of  "overlay," (which gives you a 50% gray layer,). That was it. I should read before I post. 

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Apr 29, 2022 Apr 29, 2022

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Solved.

So, there's no edit or delete button.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 29, 2022 Apr 29, 2022

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Because of spammers, editing isn’t available for new users or users with very few posts. They seem to open up editing after a user establishes a longer history of good comments.

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Got it.

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Solved.

 


By @ArmandoRoque

 

Can you post your solution so others might benefit from it?

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It wasn't a big deal. They were usen the wrong. Instead of using de wrong mode ("multiply", which gives you a 100% white layers), instead of  "overlay," (which gives you a 50% gray layer,). That was it. 

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That's right. (For Peru Bob) The mode group that a blending mode belongs to determines whether its “neutral color” is white, black, 50% gray, or none.

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It wasn't a big deal. They were using the wrong mode: "multiply", which gives you a 100% white layer, instead of  "overlay," (which gives you a 50% gray layer,). That was it.

 

I should read before I post. 😕

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