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[Solved] PhotoShop - How to hide multiple layers at once

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 Hans
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I've been using an awesome little screenshot tool for the Mac that takes a screenshot to a PSD file with all desktop items in layers. The downside is that I typically have a lot of stuff going on when taking a screenshot, so it produces a lot of layers.

The easiest way to hide multiple layers at one is easier than I thought it would be:

  1. Select All the layers you'd like to hide.
  2. Right click (or CTRL + left click) the little eye in front of one of the layers.
  3. Click "Hide this layer".
This will hide all the selected layers - see also the attached screenshot.


   
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 Hans
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forgot to mention the screenshot tool: it's ScreenShot PSD.


   
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You need to just Hold down "Alt" (Win) / "Option" (Mac) and click on the Layer Visibility icon to temporarily hide all the other layers. That's It.


   
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