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aRtlessX
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This is giving me a headache. Say I apply a drop shadow to one layer object and then I want to apply same FX to a different layer/object BUT with different settings (direction etc). The moment I do that, all layers who have a drop shadow adopt the new settings. I’m sure this will be one of those things that require just a click somewhere and I’ll be slapping me for not finding it myself, but I’m running out of patience. Plus it’s 4am, brain is not functioning properly :-p

So give me a tip guys if you please, thanks :)

p.s.: oh, using PS CS4

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“Use Global Light” box ticked?

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aRtlessX
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Argh, Yeah.. it was ticked by default everywhere and I didn’t even make the connection. Solved, thank you very much d-zinc :)

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LegitDesigns
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“Use Global Light” box ticked?

First thought that popped in my mind too

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Good tip to know…thanks!

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Plus it’s 4am, brain is not functioning properly :-p

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