Yea, that's the whole idea.

Layer effects/styles save you from having to re-create your effects all the the 
time... plus everything is cleaner because the "effect" is generated in 

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Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2005 4:43 AM
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Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Re: Disadvantage of GIMP when compared to

On Wed, 2005-05-04 at 21:59 -0700, Tom Williams wrote:

> If I add a drop shadow to something in Gimp, the drop shadow is in a layer an 
> I 
> show or hide.  How is that different from the "Adjustment layer" you 
> describe? 
> I'm sure it is but I don't know how it differs.  :)

The drop shadow, I think, was just an example. What if, instead, I
wanted to make a bevel depth of a button deeper? The layers wouldn't
help me out, would they? In photoshop however, all I'd have to do is
drag a slider!


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