On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 3:23 PM, Keith Purtell <kpurt...@imirus.com> wrote:
> "I'd hazard a guess that you are talking about yellow layer boundary.
> I tried that, and the "marching ants indicating the center (original)
> image stayed, and more such ants were added to the entire widened
> image. Commands that were grayed out were still unavailable.
Open the layers dialog (Windows/Layers, Channels, Paths, Undo)
Then right click on the layer with the original image, and select "layer to
After that you should be able to flatten the image.
Or you could just select File/Save As
then supply a new image name and you will be prompted to export the image,
which will flatten it since jpg images have to contain only one layer.
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