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    Photoshop new layer is grey

    I've got my hand on a couple of photoshop vids and in this video they create a new layer and it looks grey it is transparant but greyish.

    Am i able to do this in CS3, i only get transparant and i want to use white on the layer. So this greyish looking layer makes white a lot easier to see

    Does this make sense.
    Added a screenshot....

    Thanks....
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    found it....

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    So how did you sort it out, might be worthwhile posting, so others who want to know, can as well?
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    yeah should've thought of that....here we go

    Edit>preferences>transparency & gamut

    something new opens up, the thing you want to change is called grid colours.

    I needed it to make smoke and wanted to see the work on the layer.

    There you go feel free to thank me now....

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