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Dragonfly Studio Designs

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I have looked all over and dont see a way to hide a layer. Maybe I am missing it. Sometimes I need to grab something behind something else and unless I move the top layer (which I may have spent a lot of time placing lol) I can not get to the one I need. I would love to be able to turn the top layer "off" do my moving and then turn it back on. Or even sometimes I just want to look at 2 different things in the same spot. It would be great to be able to turn them off and on without moving things so much.   Maybe something for an update? Or maybe I am missing it and its already there. 
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I second that request Shannon.  Would love to be able to see the layers or to be able to grab something that's directly underneath another embellishment without having to move the top one out of the way.
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I have wanted the same thing. I third the motion. 
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That'll be definitively useful.

For instance we could have access to the list of the objects of the page layouts in the Control Panel... so a click mouse would allow to hide or show an object (layer).

I'd love this feature.

Most of the time I can't catch the desired object :-(


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Thanks so much for this idea - I know it is on the list of what might be coming in a future version, that is a popular request!! Thanks so much for posting!
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I just wanted to throw another vote in for this!!! lol
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I just lock the top layer so you can access the bottom one.

Another program I use allows you to hit the tab key, that highlights each embie, until you get to the one you want.

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How do you lock the top layer?  I suppose that might help.  I'm so used to photoshop where I can see the layers and actually grab something behind that sometimes I'll design a template page there and then copy what I made in MM so I can get the layers right.  It's kind of frustrating
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You right click on it and down the bottom it says lock layer, that will lock it so you can get to the bottom layer.
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Thanks for the tip   I'll try it next time I'm making an album.
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Yes that is a helpful tip. Thank you!  
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You right click on it and down the bottom it says lock layer, that will lock it so you can get to the bottom layer.


That's a great idea!! I never remember that - thanks for pointing that out!  You can also get to that option by clicking on the item and going to EDIT and select LOCK OBJECT.  If you go back to EDIT then you can UNLOCK all objects at the same time on your page! 

Thanks so much for pointing that one out, that's a great tip!

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