vector – How do you change the color of multiple shape layers at once in Photoshop? – Graphic Design Stack Exchange
These shape layers are not directly above or below each other. Instead, they are spaced out between a series of other shape layers. I can’t move these layers, nor can I move the layers above or below them (because the design’s structure won’t let me do that). I can change the colors individually but it’s such a tedious task, and with clients asking for color changes constantly, I was wondering if there was a quicker way. If you are trying to change the color of multiple shapes (in separate layers), I would do it the following way: Hey wherepixelscometodie, the two other options do work, but with this one you don’t have double color options (layer style) and you can copy all attributes, including the border. 1)Select each shape layer, then select a shape tool (Rectangle tool, ellipse tool, etc.) In the Options bar at the top, there is a dropdown for fill and stroke. If you have each shape layer selected by pressing ctrl or cmd, change the fill and it will change all of them. If you’re using the eyedropper from there, you won’t see the colors change until you click ‘OK’. 1) You can change ‘colour overlay’ in ‘blending options’ of a shape, than ‘copy layer style’ of the shape, select shapes you need to change and ‘paste layer style’ 2) Select shapes and make a ‘smart object’. Now you can work with it like you work with a simple layer. You can edit smart object by choosing ‘edit content’ menu Source.