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    Before and After

    Is there a shortcut on Adobe CS4 that allows you to see the original photo against the processed one......
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    If you've done your processing on layers>
    with your original copy(always work on a copy, never the original) at the bottom and your one,two or stack of layers above> hold the alt key(pc) and left click the eye on the original(bottom) layer this should show you the changes made .

    Hope this is what your after
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    Thanks Dbax didnt think of using that still finding my way around..........

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    opps I think I said left click, I meant right click...sorry

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    Thanks for that short cut. I've been switching my layers off, or making a history snapshot. Your way is a mile faster and easier

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