Copio

Copy and paste layers in Photoshop using shortcuts

Copio is a simple Photoshop extension allowing you to copy and paste layers using shortcuts. No weird tricks needed anymore!

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Luke Oslizlo
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Co-founder of MakeTheWeb
Hey! I'm the maker of Copio. If you have any questions, let me know!
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Dmitrij PaškevičAll-things-digital Designer
Amazing! I wish it would paste in the center of the viewport (i believe right now it retains the original X,Y position). Thank you so much!
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Thanks so much for the script, super helpful!
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Dima Braven
Founder & Designer at itmeo.com
Sorry but i don't understand why i must use this if Photoshop have custom shortcats which i used. And copy layer in Photoshop easy to use with ctr+l.
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Luke Oslizlo
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Co-founder of MakeTheWeb
@dimablover Copio lets you copy and paste layers between documents with shortcuts. I don't think it's possible in Photoshop out of the box.
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Dima Braven
Founder & Designer at itmeo.com
@lukaszmtw I might be mistaken but I suppose it's possible. Look in screen: http://take.ms/O4czj
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Luke Oslizlo
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Co-founder of MakeTheWeb
@dimablover But you must manually select destination here. With our plugin you have two shortcuts: for copying and for pasting, which works better in my opinion.
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Dima Braven
Founder & Designer at itmeo.com
@lukaszmtw ha-ha. Maybe for somebody it would be helpful. But i'm sure that Photoshop shortcats are better way of customization personal workspace.
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Luke Oslizlo
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Co-founder of MakeTheWeb
@dimablover Our plugin add two scripts for Photoshop and you can assign (in the same menu as your screenshot) your own shortcuts. You can try it yourself, it's free ;)
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