I have found, that for me, using CTRL J (CMD J on an Apple I believe it is) to duplicate layers works quickly.
Sometimes I want a selection to be on its own layer and using CTRL J on the selection will put just the selection on a new layer. Of course you, being the Guru you are, know all those tricks, but maybe someone reading this thread wasn't aware of that way of doing something and it will benefit them.
Again, thanks for a fine tutorial Flora.
If I haven't done it yet,
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Thank you so much for your feedback and kindest words ...
.... and thank you so much for your help!!!
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