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Layer hiearchy

Jan 11, 2012, 12:39
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Layer hiearchy
Hi, I do web development and I am attempting to see if I can ween off Photoshop for what I do, (mainly cutting up images) is there a way to have Gimp view a PS file and include the hierarchy of the layers that are originally laid out in Photoshop?

thanks for any help you lay give.

--jerry
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Jan 11, 2012, 14:25
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RE: Layer hiearchy
(Jan 11, 2012 14:18)ofnuts Wrote:  Gimp 2.8 (currently testable as Gimp 2.7) will support "layer groups", if this is what you have in mind.

So this will consume and display the layer hierarchy that I receive from designers in a PSD file. Basically to define what I mean, PS will have a hierarchy of the layers so that areas are logically grouped. So when you are cutting up a layout the respective parts are not all over the map when you have a complicated document.

thanks again for your help and response.

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