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dubsbhoy says

I’ve done a background with over 120 layers, it’s nothing to complex just a lot of cmd+J

Anyway before submitting the item is it better to provide all layers (over 120) or merge them ?

Its just a background for a flyer and i’ve included an option to be able to change the background color so i don’t see the need to provide all of them but i’d hate to be wrong.

Thanks in Advance.

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Amrhamza says

Its up to you if you want to provide full customization to the customer or just a rasterized layer.

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dubsbhoy says

Cool, thanks for the reply

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