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Layer effects gradient overlay - save gradient?

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I might have asked this before, I don't remember but is there a way to save this gradient?

Copying and pasting just this gradient would be okay too, I'm just combining layer effects right now and hoped there was a faster way to do this without overwriting other effects.

I mean this is simple enough I can redo it on other layers but if I make something more complicated is there an easier way to copy it or save it?



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Not that I'm aware but what is worse is that this fx can't access previously saved gradients. For me it's useless and I hope it's a work in progress


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