I need to edit the text in a PS file that I worked on about a month ago. I've opened it plenty of times and it opens just fine. Now, when I open it, it only shows one layer: a black background labeled "background." I've had a friend try to open it on her computer and it does the same thing, but the file size still is large enough to assume there's data buried in there somewhere. Is there any way of recovering this? Below is a Google Drive link to the psd for anyone willing to give it a go. I'm worried I won't be able to recover it
It look yike your Document has beed flattenet to a Black backgroynd layer. The Bilk if the file data seems to be ancester meta data for when I stript the document ancester metadat and save it as a copy psd file the file size is 509KB Do you hav any backup?
I'm not sure why it flattened my layers into a black background. I usually choose not to flatten images, and certainly not into a black background. I've googled the problem and other people have had the same problem but I can't seem to find a solution.
I don't believe I have a backup version. I've been searching, but I only have jpgs of the previous drafts
So there is no way to get a psd of just the old information before PS flattened my image like this?
Thanks again, by the way! I appreciate anyone willing to help.