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    Low RAM memory for Photoshop
    Wednesday, November 22, 2006
    While working in AdobePhotoshop, RAM memory can be problem sometimes. Free memory space in fact. To avoid that, or to set that kind of problems to minimum you can use some tricks. Clipboard buffer have to use as low space as it is possible. That means, you need to use COPY and PASTE rare. How to avoid COPY-PASTE? That can be simple. Use DRAG AND DROP Photoshop possibilities. You can use MOVE tool to drag whole layers from one file to another.
    If you need to duplicate part of layer inside some file, select that part and use "Layer-New-Layer via copy", or "Layer - New - Layer via cut". Windows shortcuts for that will be Ctrl+J or Shift+Ctrl+J and MAC shortcuts are Command+J or Shift+Command+J. If you need to duplicate whole layer, drag thumbnail on New layer icon.
    You can also use "Apply image" or Calculations on Image menu.
    If you need to save parts of your work, need pictures of phases in your work, you can use Layer copy, and than hide one layer visibility, and continue working on another layer. When you need to see some older phase, just do that with layer visibility.
    When you have to clean buffer for clipboard, Undo, Snapshot, History or Pattern, just go to "Edit-Purge" and click on what you want to clean. Your free RAM will become bigger momentary.

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