[EMAIL PROTECTED] ( Marc) (A.) (Lehmann ) wrote:
However, the "layer effects" people want is (in my eyes) exactly that:
apply some saturation effect to a layer that you can later change
without loss of fidelity.


And that'd be pretty groovy, and it'd work BECAUSE the layer effect is conceptually (and in reality) a separate processing step rather than an attribute of the data it applies to. This is precisely how I see the layer mask versus the alpha channel.

--Adam
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