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  • photoshop 5.5 ( is hiding my artwork)

    AT THE RISK OF SOUNDING LIKE THE NEWBIE THAT I AM , I HAVE TO ASK ... LATE LASTNIGHT I CLOSED DOWN TO GET SOME MUCH NEEDED REST ...... TODAY , NOW THAT MY EYES HAVE STOPED BLEEDING ,IM READY TO VIEW MY PROJECTS THAT I LABORED ON(FOR MORE HOURS THAN I CARE TO MENTION ) ONLY TO DISCOVER THAT I CANT LOCATE ANY OF THEM. I GAURANTEE THAT MOST OF THEM WERE MULTI- LAYERED FILES... AGAIN I APPOLOGIZE FOR ELEMENTRY QUSTION, BUT THIS PROGRAM IS VERY NEW TO ME... THANKS

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    Hey Same...welcome to the GDF. Are you on a Mac or PC?



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    • #3
      Try going to file > recent and opening them. If not, search the computer for .psd files.



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      • #4
        ^What Ryan said^
        If you're on a mac, searching .psd may not work.
        Search from the desktop using Command+F
        You do know the filenames right?
        If not, search for all files by date.

        Specialization is for insects...

        R.H.

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        • #5
          Did you accidentally save the files as flattened?? I've done that before.. :-( [img]/emoticons/frusty.gif[/img]
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          • #6
            Hmm... I guess he found them.



            'I used to be with it. But then they changed what it was. Now what I'm with isn't it, and what's it seems weird and scary to me.' Abraham Simpson

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