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    Default Thaw most recent fronzen layer....?

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    Is it possible to create a macro, and turn that macro into a keyboard shortcut that will THAW, your most recent turned off layer, or layers if multiple were frozen at the same time?

    This would be super helpful if somebody could help me out here!

    Thanks,

    Matt W.

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    Read literally, you said you want to THAW layers that where recently turned OFF. Is that correct, or do you mean you want to THAW layers that were recently FROZEN?

    If the latter, then LAYERP command should do the trick. (assuming there weren't other layer modifications made in between)
    LAYERP.jpg

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