>On 1/1/10, GoldStandard wrote:
>> This is a simple newbie question,
>> I use a filter, say a drop shadow for example. later I think the dropped
>> shadow is too much or in the wrong position. how can I go back and edit
>> filtered layer without having to delete it and re-create it?
>You don't really need to merge shadow layer with upper layer in the
>first place. And while GIMP doesn't allow changing filters' options at
>a later time, you definitely can delete layer with shadow and reapply
>the filter (well, it's a script really) to the source layer.

Thank You all for the answers!
I use Photoshop and Fireworks and both allow me to edit a filtered layer
after the fact. I will now learn to do it the Gimp way as well.


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