Thanks, it is that's a very simple way, and is the way I currently work. I just thought the logically way would have been to scale a active masked layer as seen with the mask active.


On 15/06/2013 20:29, Daniel Hauck wrote:
Taking the obvious approach, I always just duplicate a layer and make it not visible. That way, I can use the copied layer again in other ways. Simple.

On 06/15/2013 03:24 PM, Andrew & Bridget wrote:
When you try to rescale a layer using the Rescale Tool with a layer mask active, it scales of the mask, likewise if you select the layer it will scale the layer. Can I select both the layer and layer mask and scale the layer, thus it keeps the layer mask showing the desired masked area only. As the only way I can see currently is by applying the layer mask on the layer and then you can see the layer/s below to get the scaling that is desired. But I would like to keep the layer mask active for editing after scaling.

Andrew


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