Hi. In some earlier Photoshop version, you could edit the contours (looking like curves) that shaped layer effects like Drop Shadow or Bevels. To do this, you opened the contours drop-down library within a style dialogue like Drop Shadow; then you double-clicked onto a contour icon and you got the "Contour Editor", a dialogue looking like a small Curves dialogue.
But in CS6 i find no way to edit the contours provided. I can create new ones, which doubles the last contour activated, and i can add more contours provided by Adobe. But double-clicking on a contour icon only applies this contour and there is no way, it seems, to get to an "Contour Editor".
Or is there?
Any help appreciated! Thanks!
I'm on Windows 7/64 bit with ample RAM, with PS CS6 Extended.
Click a contour thumbnail in the Layer Style dialogue, not in the contours library, to open the contour editor.
Thanks Conroy. It's really easy, once you explained it. I always tried to click on the contours while the library was opened. But i should have just clicked on it when the library was closed so that only one contour is visible. Thanks again!