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LAYER NAVIGATION SHORTCUT

If you're working on a large, multi-layered document, you can jump to the layer you want by Control-clicking (PC: Right-clicking) over a portion of the image. A pop-up menu will appear with a list of the layers beneath the point where you clicked your cursor. To make one of those layers the active layer, just choose it from the list. It's important to note that if there aren't any layers beneath where you're Control-clicking (or the layers are transparent where you're clicking), the only layer that will appear in the pop-up menu is the Background layer.

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