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    Painter 9 layers problem


    Hi, I searched through this section and found that my question hadn't been answered, so I guess it's okay to ask here.

    I have Corel Painter 9 and before I was able to use multiple layers but recently whenever I clicked on the layer and try to draw it shows nothing.
    The only thing that will show my strokes is the Canvas layer.
    If I make a mark there, create a new layer, and try to draw on that new layer I'm still seeing nothing.
    I'm not sure why it's doing this. I've done my best to trouble shoot it, but I'm stuck.
    I was hoping someone could help me understand the problem or give me some new insight because I'm stuck and frustrated.

    Thanks.


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    Is Preserve Transparency enabled. I know painter will remember it once and then keep using the option for all new layers until it's unchecked. Or it may just remember it for "Layer 1", I'm not 100% sure how Painter works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogfa
    Is Preserve Transparency enabled. I know painter will remember it once and then keep using the option for all new layers until it's unchecked. Or it may just remember it for "Layer 1", I'm not 100% sure how Painter works.

    Oh, wow it works!
    Thanks. =)
    Yes, it appears that was my problem. Thanks for the help.

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