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Deleting content behind layer

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Oct 11, 2020

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For example, yesterday I performed a copy on part of my image into a new layer. Later, I discovered that cutting would have been better.

 

How could I have deleted the original contents under the new layer?

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Deleting content behind layer

Community Beginner ,
Oct 11, 2020

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For example, yesterday I performed a copy on part of my image into a new layer. Later, I discovered that cutting would have been better.

 

How could I have deleted the original contents under the new layer?

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@Alexander5FF2 wrote: "How could I have deleted the original contents under the new layer?"

 

One possible way:

  • activate your (original) layer in Layers Panel
  • make a selection (marching ants)
  • press [Ctrl]+[J]    -  that means Layer via copy
  • click on the eye for make invisible the original layer (or delete that layer)

 

If that works for you

have fun

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