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PSD HSL adjustment layer in AFF Photo

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Hi! I just recently purchased AFF Photo & am using the Windows version. My question is I'm editing a PSD mockup with smart objects & works great with adding designs to pixel layers however I can't get the colors to change on the objects that are HSL adjustment layers. When I double click it brings up the HSL wheel however no matter what I do I can't get the color to change. I've attached a screen shot of what I'm working on. You'll see I've selected the lamp shade I'm trying to change color on.

Thanks for any help in advance!

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Hi Cinbns,

Welcome to the forums,

If possible could you provide the file in question? If this is a template you have paid for please could you send me a private message regarding this?

Thanks

C

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10 minutes ago, Callum said:

Please could you try re uploading the file?

 

8 minutes ago, firstdefence said:

Take the HSL adjustment layer out of the smart object group and it will work, intact just ungroup the Smart Object group.

I've tried that before & then again just now, still not working for me.  Am I doing something wrong on the HSL wheel maybe? When I pick a color and/or move the nodes around the wheel I get no changes.

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The objects are there in another form under the objects_id group>make objects visible >ctrl+click the thumbnail now you can edit  the selection or duplicate(ctrl+j)

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6 minutes ago, haakoo said:

The objects are there in another form under the objects_id group>make objects visible >ctrl+click the thumbnail now you can edit  the selection or duplicate(ctrl+j)

Ok, I've done that & it's showing with the "selection dashes" all around it however it won't "fill".

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28 minutes ago, haakoo said:

The objects are there in another form under the objects_id group>make objects visible >ctrl+click the thumbnail now you can edit  the selection or duplicate(ctrl+j)

Thanks for your help! I just found an easier way!

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16 minutes ago, haakoo said:

Care to share?
For users that may find such an issue in the future

Basically almost identical to the way you explained but I found that you don't have to find the object under "object ID's". As long as they are not grouped, I just ctrl+click on the thumbnail under the actual "smart objects" & I'm able to use the "fill" tool.

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Aha,just as far as I had come :)
Maybe duplicate the group>select an object by ctrl+click thumb>fill with color and use a blend(average seems most appropriate)  to make the underlying image shine through

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13 minutes ago, haakoo said:

Aha,just as far as I had come :)
Maybe duplicate the group>select an object by ctrl+click thumb>fill with color and use a blend(average seems most appropriate)  to make the underlying image shine through

I will give that a try, as of now I'm having to lower the opacity to allow the image to shine through.

Thanks again!

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