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    Member ravage's Avatar
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    Hi,

    I used to be able to align one layer to another easily. Now for some reason when I create text over another layer it shows up in a box with a dotted border and a black dot on the bottom right-hand side of this border. When I try to align this text layer to another layer it says I must rasterize the layer first. After doing this the alignment works fine but then I'm unable to modify the text layer anymore. Instead I have to delete that layer and create a new one under the same parameters. How do I get my settings back to when I didn't have to rasterize a layer to align?

    Thanks!
    -Ravage

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    Hi Ravage. Does your text layer look like this...


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    Junior Member russell1's Avatar
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    this thing only happen when we import vectors from illustrator or make smart object in Photoshop. it is because you can enlarge the vector shape as much as you want without loosing the pixels. in rasterize layers you cannot do so. for converting a vector into a layer it is compulsory to make is restrize...


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