Choosing gradient overlay in layer style makes the selected layer white

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So I'm a beginner and tried out this tutorial https://youtu.be/ErDuKDNhYsI?t=318

When I get to the point (I've timespamped it in the link) where the guy uses gradient overlay in layer style my results differ from the turorial and I don't know why. For one what confuses me is that I have different options which I figure is because I have a newer version. But the actual problem is that when I choose gradient overlay that the selected layer turns into a solid color which changes depending on the selected channels. I've played around with the options but don't get the same result as in the tutorial.

I would much appreciate any insight as to what I'm missing.

 

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Choosing gradient overlay in layer style makes the selected layer white

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So I'm a beginner and tried out this tutorial https://youtu.be/ErDuKDNhYsI?t=318

When I get to the point (I've timespamped it in the link) where the guy uses gradient overlay in layer style my results differ from the turorial and I don't know why. For one what confuses me is that I have different options which I figure is because I have a newer version. But the actual problem is that when I choose gradient overlay that the selected layer turns into a solid color which changes depending on the selected channels. I've played around with the options but don't get the same result as in the tutorial.

I would much appreciate any insight as to what I'm missing.

 

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Hi

You need to click on the Gradient Overlay tab to highlight it

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