Suppose, you need to recolor several dozens of shape (e.g., added by the "Confetti" script) or type (created by the "Drunk Characters") layers.
The "Auto-Overlay" script will do this job for you.
- In the Toolbox, click the Foreground color indicator and choose the "base" color.
To make the layers vivid, you choose a saturated color - for example, canary yellow, or bright red.
- Launch the "Auto-Overlay" script.
- Specify the "base" overlay opacity with the "Color Opacity" slider.
- The "Opacity Jitter" slider sets the acceptable spread in overlay opacity.
- The "Hue Jitter" value defines the color temperature scatter.
For instance, if the foreground color is canary yellow, "0%" of the "Hue Jitter" paints all the layers in the same tint of yellow, while "100%" makes them multi-colored.
- The "Saturation Jitter" slider sets the intensity deviation from the "base" (Foreground color).
- The "Brightness Jitter" specifies the overlay color lightness scatter.
Tip. After playing the script, you will be able to hide and show the color overlay on all layers with "Layer > Layer Style > Hide All Effects" command.