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Easily assign layer color labels in Photoshop Apps
I've started coloring my layers in Photoshop much more since I discovered this shortcut. Right-click on the visibility icon (eye) in the layers palette to get a menu that will let you assign label colors to the layer. It's quick and easy! "Show/Hide all other layers" is also in that contextual menu, and can also be invoked by option-clicking the eye icon.

[Editor's note: Unfortunately, I can't test this one as I have only the "Elements" version of Photoshop, and there are no color layer labels available.]
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coloured layers
Authored by: conundrum on Oct 11, '02 12:35:27PM

In Photoshop 6 though, you control/right click the thumbnail to get layer properties.



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coloured layers
Authored by: Nikodemus on Oct 11, '02 03:12:34PM

I have a slight correction to Soosy's post. Option-clicking on the Eye icon in Photoshop 7 toggles the show/hide all layers. Control-clicking on the Eye icon will bring up the Layer Properties menu, from which you can toggle the layer (or layer set) color.



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