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New Here ,
Jul 23, 2009

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I accidently started drawing on 'background' layer in photoshop (I usually make a second layer), during which I was able to erase lines without erasing the white background, but I accidently changed it to 'layer 0' and when I erased my lines, I would erase the white background as well.


Is there a way to change the layer 0 back to 'backgrund layer' or somehow take the lines I drew and move them to another layer?


help would be appreciated, thanks

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Issues - please help

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I accidently started drawing on 'background' layer in photoshop (I usually make a second layer), during which I was able to erase lines without erasing the white background, but I accidently changed it to 'layer 0' and when I erased my lines, I would erase the white background as well.


Is there a way to change the layer 0 back to 'backgrund layer' or somehow take the lines I drew and move them to another layer?


help would be appreciated, thanks

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LEGEND ,
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Please repost in the Photoshop forum.

http://forums.adobe.com/community/photoshop

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