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Syncing layers in photoshop mix

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Jun 16, 2017

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When I finger-pinch to resize a layered image in Mix, it affects only the selected layer.  Is there a way to get the resize operation to apply to all the layers?

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Syncing layers in photoshop mix

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When I finger-pinch to resize a layered image in Mix, it affects only the selected layer.  Is there a way to get the resize operation to apply to all the layers?

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Hi John,

As of now, we don't have that option but I can take it as a feedback and pass it onto our engineers.

Regards,

Sheena

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Jun 19, 2017

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Sheena,

Thanks for your speedy reply!  What I need is the Mix equivalent of the zoom (ctrl-+) operation in Photoshop on the PC, which affects all layers.  Is that not possible in Mix?

Thanks again, John

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John,

Just to check, there is a layer selection button which looks like the encircled part in the image below:

You can try to click that and then see if that makes any difference.

Regards,

Sheena

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Jun 24, 2017

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Sheena,

By experimenting, I discovered that if you deselect all layers (eg, by double-clicking on the image), then resizing actions apply to all layers.  But if a layer gets reselected(eg, by a pinch being misinterpreted as a single tap) then further resizing applies only to the now selected layer - a real nuisance.  Is there any way to lock all the layers together but still be able alter the opacity of each individually?

Also, can you pls tell me a url where I can find a users manual for PS MIx?

Thanks, John

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John - I have that same frustration for zooming in and out of an entire project. It sounds like you are familiar with the desktop Photoshop's control over the layers. Within the Mix app, these controls are very limited. I believe your discovery that by tapping off of the layers onto the matte board around the canvas is the only way to zoom in and out as a whole.

Also, by placing one finger on one layer's image and the second finger on a different layer when pinch-zooming, this will create the same whole zoom effect.

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