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It would be great if there are options for copying, pasting, disabling and removing layer effects by right clicking on a layer. I know layer effects can removed by clicking on the fx icon and unchecking the boxes. What do you think friends?

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Just to make sure you know, copying effects can be done with a simple Copy. Pasting them can be done via the menu Edit > Paste FX.

(I mention this in case you hadn't discovered that the function is at least available somewhere :)  You're right that it's not in the right-click Context Menu.)

Also, just to clarify, when you refer to right-clicking on a layer were you intending that to apply to a layer on the canvas, a layer in the Layers panel, or both?

 


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@walt.farrell thank you so much! I actually saw the Paste FX option before but totally forgot about that haha :6_smile:

37 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

Also, just to clarify, when you refer to right-clicking on a layer were you intending that to apply to a layer on the canvas, a layer in the Layers panel, or both?

I'm talking about applying the effects to a layer/group in the Layer panel.

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