editing Prem.El. disc menu in PSD

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I use Photoshop Elements 12 (PSD) and Premiere Elements 12 (PrEl) on a Win7Pro OS with 16 GB RAM.

 

I want to use PSD to edit disc menus used in PrEl.

 

When I open a given disc menu (either scene or main menu) in PSD, the layers are shown in the layers panel.  One PrEl-12 help reference referred to an arrow to the left of a layer-folder to use to access the components within that layer.  That arrow does not show up in my layers panel.  [Please see the attachment “capture of edited disc menu in PS cropped.”]

 

Q:  Is there any way to open these GROUP folders to edit the components?  I would like to change the color of a scene menu button frame or an arrow.  [Please see the attachment “capture to show frame.”

 

I have also tried to “simplify layer”, but that doesn’t seem to help any.

 

I have been able to delete a group folder (i.e. “foreground”).

 

Thank you, Carol

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editing Prem.El. disc menu in PSD

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I use Photoshop Elements 12 (PSD) and Premiere Elements 12 (PrEl) on a Win7Pro OS with 16 GB RAM.

 

I want to use PSD to edit disc menus used in PrEl.

 

When I open a given disc menu (either scene or main menu) in PSD, the layers are shown in the layers panel.  One PrEl-12 help reference referred to an arrow to the left of a layer-folder to use to access the components within that layer.  That arrow does not show up in my layers panel.  [Please see the attachment “capture of edited disc menu in PS cropped.”]

 

Q:  Is there any way to open these GROUP folders to edit the components?  I would like to change the color of a scene menu button frame or an arrow.  [Please see the attachment “capture to show frame.”

 

I have also tried to “simplify layer”, but that doesn’t seem to help any.

 

I have been able to delete a group folder (i.e. “foreground”).

 

Thank you, Carol

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I suggest you post in the Photoshop Elements forum, this is the Photoshop forum:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-elements/bd-p/photoshop-elements?page=1&sort=latest_replies...

 

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