In Photoshop I can copy and paste Illustrator paths as a smart object, and then double click this smart object to edit it in Illustrator.
When I duplicate this smart object (say to change the colour scheme of a logo I’m designing and offer a client multiple colour schemes) and edit the newly created smart object, BOTH objects change.
It’s one of those Adobe quirks where I’m not quite sure if it’s a feature or a bug 🙂
Anyway, in order to offer separate colour schemes of a logo in one
.psbfile, I’d like to know how to edit derivative smart objects independently of each other 🙂
- Right click on smart object layer
- Click “new smart layer from copy”
The new layer that’s generated can be edited independently of its “parent”.