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2.3.3 Lowering Layers

The Lower Layer  entry in the Layers menu shifts the active layer down by one in the layer stack, and Layer to Bottom  moves it to the bottom of the stack. The same functions are provided by the downward-pointing arrow icon in the button bar. Clicking on the icon lowers the active layer once, and Shift-clicking puts it to the bottom of the stack. Note that if the lowest layer of the stack does not have an alpha channel, another layer cannot be made lower than it.

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