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    Photoshop and ImageReady Q
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    Question Photoshop and ImageReady Q
    I've designed a web page in Photoshop and I have a bit of an issue. I
    created Nav buttons by making one button then duplicating the layer a
    bunch of times for the other buttons. I then applied layer effects to
    each button independently. Now, when I go into ImageReady to set up the
    roll-overs, the layers seem to be linked: when I change the layer styles for the "Over" state on one button, the others change too. This doesn't make too much sense, because I need each button to
    have independent roll-over states. Can someone help me?
    :mac: Don't forget to think. Differently. :mac:

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    Photoshop and ImageReady Q
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    I think i've encountered this problem before. Contact me at ramenbooko@gmail.com

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