What I mean is that say you have layers I and I that are positioned next to each other so they look like "II". You want to center them in relation to some selected space so that they still look like "II" and not "I".
Do you see what I'm saying?
Is there a way to center them so that they're still in the same configuration relative to each other instead of centering them so that they both get layered on top of each other in the centering? Maybe by linking them or some other way?
Cool, thank you, that worked.
It's a cumbersome solution though. Here's hoping there's an easier way to do that in future versions of PS.
I want to be able to select two layers and center them in their original configuration without having to physically group them (which requires reordering of layers, creating and deleting group folders, and such).
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