Moving Layers in Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop

Command + “[“ or “]” (Mac) | Control + “[“ or “]” (Win) moves selected layers up or down.  This is a very useful shortcut when recording actions as the specific name of the layer is not recorded.


Adobe Photoshop

Posted on 11-20-2015


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  • By Piotr Grzesczyk - 4:26 AM on November 22, 2015  

    Dear Madam,

    It’s not a comment, but…

    I’m a Windows 10 and Photoshop CC user.
    I have Eizo CG222 ColorEdge monitor calibrated using Xrite i1 Display Pro, and the generated monitor profile is active in the system.
    Nikon D800 camera takes RAW pictures in Adobe RGB color space.
    Adobe Camera Raw is set to save images in the Adobe RGB color space.
    Photoshop CC is also Adobe RGB.

    The problem.
    1. using the bridge I open the image in ACR, I do not do any correction, but simply I click Open and the image opens in Photoshop
    2. Re-open the same image in the same way in the ACR
    3. Now I see the same image opened in Photoshop and in ACR.

    Now I see the same image opened in Photoshop and ACR. I and notice the differences in colors. Subtle but noticeable. Photo opened in ACR is more saturated, more vivid, has more yellow and red color.

    I know that the problem has been reported on some forums, but still remains unresolved.
    for example
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1659617

    Maybe you can resolve or explain this problem?

    Sincerely
    Piotr Grzesczyk