On Sun, Sep 20, 2015 at 10:10:51PM +0300, Cristian Secară wrote:
> I have a .psd image, which is a sort of template where the user can
> choose to uncover one or the other color at his preference and then
> export the non-template to .jpg or something. The image has 8 layers
> visible in Photoshop -- named grey, orange, violet, green, red, blue,
> Layer 1 copy 2 and Layer 0 -- but GIMP shows only the last 2 -- Layer 1
> copy 2 and Layer 0.
> The image is this
> http://www.secarica.ro/temp/layered.psd
> Is there a chance to open the image with GIMP and see all the layers ?

There are many ways to overcome this:

1) Have you tried to save it in an older version of photoshop file (if
possible) with something like "file->save as" (I do not know

2) Why not save it in a layered format like tiff?

3) At least you can always copy & past layer by layer into GIMP. Tricky but
it should work...

IMHO best solution is 2).


Marco Ciampa

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