3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 29, 2017 9:15 PM by Roblee240

    Non-Editable Adjustment

    Roblee240

      My picture that i am currently working on was made by another artist all the layers have a pencil with a line thru it and it says it is a Non-Editable Adjustment does anyone know how to remove this so that i can edit these layers?

        • 1. Re: Non-Editable Adjustment
          JJMack Most Valuable Participant

          Help us see what you see in Photoshop show us a screen capture of the problem wild all Photoshop Palettes UI visible. showing your problem.

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          • 2. Re: Non-Editable Adjustment
            Jeff Arola Adobe Community Professional

            What version of photoshop or photoshop elements and operating system are you using?

             

            Does the adjustment have a name in the layers panel or if you hover over the adjustment does the tool tip say what it is?

            • 3. Re: Non-Editable Adjustment
              Roblee240 Level 1

              I figured it out i was using photoshop elements and the picture i had opened had folders in the layer form photoshop cc so i had to use that to open the folders and take the layers out and put them in a new file without folders so i could use it in elements thanks for the input thou