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Chapter 8. History > Using snapshots

Using snapshots

A snapshot is like a copy of a history state, with one major difference: unlike a state, a snapshot will stay on the palette even if the state from which it was created is deleted due to the maximum number of history states being reached or the palette being cleared or purged. It’s a good idea to create a snapshot before performing a long series of editing steps or running an action on an image. Beware! All snapshots are deleted when an image is closed.

To have a snapshot be created automatically each time a document is opened, check Automatically Create First Snapshot in History Options. To have a snapshot be created each time a file is saved, check Automatically Create New Snapshot When Saving.


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