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Smartobjekte entknüpfen?

New Here ,
Apr 09, 2024 Apr 09, 2024

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Hallo! 

Ich habe eine Frage zu Smartobjekten, ich möchte ein Mockup bearbeiten in dem mehrere Dosen zu sehen sind und möchte jede einzelne Dose einen anderen Look geben, aber wenn ich ein Smartobjekt ändere, ändern sich auch alle anderen, obwohl ja eine Ebene für jede einzelne besteht. (Denke ich) 

 

Sind diese zusammen verknüpft und man muss diese lösen, wenn ja wie ? 😄 Cans.JPG

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Community Expert , Apr 09, 2024 Apr 09, 2024

If you want to edit a copied Smart Object without thee original updating, you need to use New Smart Object via Copy

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If you have already made a number of copies without using 'Via Copy' then either delete and make them again, or:

 

Double click the original Smart Object to open it in a new window.

Make the changes BUT DO NOT SAVE.

Instead, make the edited Smart Object a new Smart Object while still in the edit window, and move it back to the original document window.  A quick and easy way to d

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Apr 09, 2024 Apr 09, 2024

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If you want to edit a copied Smart Object without thee original updating, you need to use New Smart Object via Copy

image.png

 

If you have already made a number of copies without using 'Via Copy' then either delete and make them again, or:

 

Double click the original Smart Object to open it in a new window.

Make the changes BUT DO NOT SAVE.

Instead, make the edited Smart Object a new Smart Object while still in the edit window, and move it back to the original document window.  A quick and easy way to do this is to drag the layer to the tab of the original document as below

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You now have a copy of the original Smart Object that has been edited without affecting the original Smart Object.

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Thank you so much!

The New Smart Object via Copy method worked! 

 

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