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Odd behaviour CS5 bas relief

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Old 06-02-2012, 03:28 PM
girlsfather girlsfather is offline
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Odd behaviour CS5 bas relief

I have problems with bas relief effect on different pixel layers (no smart objects).
When changing the angle and hight of the light for the shade, all the other layers in the document will change accordingly.

The layers are built independently - no copies of smart objects.
I use CS5extended 12.0.4 x64 on Mac Os 10.6.8

Parallel I had an Installation of cs6 Beta, that ran out of testlicense.
I uninstalled the beta.
Restarted the Mac.
Reset the preferences of CS5.

Did not help - Built new file with the same problems...

Before I run the Adobe Creative Suite Cleaner Tool, and reinstall , I want to check the other possibilities ;-)
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Old 06-03-2012, 02:55 PM
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Re: Odd behaviour CS5 bas relief

sorry - my own fault - did not realize the checkbox for the global light, that affects all other layers with layer style, making the angle of light and shade all the same...
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