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I received a pack of .psd files from a graphic designer that I need to use in the desktop app I'm developing.

I managed to open those files in GIMP (I work on Ubuntu) The problem is that there are too many layers in there and it is very hard to navigate through them to get to the layer I'm interested in.

Is there way in GIMP (or maybe plugin?) to show/hide layer by name and/or search for layer with specific name?

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Try GIMP PLUGIN REGISTRY

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