I've been working on a project now for about a week and ran out of layers, So I merge down a layer. "YIKES that didn't look right!" So now I have ta layer merged down with a not her layer and the merger didn't work out so well...How do I get back and unmerg the mess?
Thank you in advance
BAD NEWS: There is no 'unmerge' option - probably because Draw doesn't know which parts of the layer you want to separate, and it doesn't know how to select multiple parts of a layer to 'split to new layer'.
For this reason, like my desktop work, I usually prefer to create versions, duplicating states of the work as I go.
GOOD NEWS: You can always send it to Illustrator, and create separate layers there. Although you've merged the vector elements in Draw, they are still separate elements each time you begin a new stroke, it's a separate shape. Illustrator will sort it out for you.
If you erase elements on a merged layer, you're creating multiple separated shapes. It takes some getting used to.
Usually I merge work that no longer needs to be touched/moved/edited in Draw. Wanna make an edit? That happens in clean up within Illustrator anyway.