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Hello.
- When I create an adjustment layer (almost any), when I click it, it will automatically snap to the layer on which I am currently (Fig. 1 and Fig. 2)
I have to constantly disconnect with the mouse ... by dragging the layer up ... (Fig. 3)
Question: Tell me, can I somehow configure (in the menu ... or where else ...) that ANY adjustment layer is created - SEPARATELY above the layer that is active ... just above it?
That is, disable the binding when creating?

I just did not find where in the settings this can be fixed ...

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If you right-click on the adjustment layer, a context menu appears and there is the item "Dissolve correction" (Fig. 4). He just does what I need ... but they have to be pressed each time (or pulled higher with the mouse) ... which is not convenient ...

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The question seems to have been resolved. I don’t know if it’s right or wrong, but so far it works as I need (Fig. 5)

Found the settings in the "Assistant" button.
Maybe someone will come in handy ..

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