How Ditto uses layers
Ditto creates separate layers for the image, each border, text, graphic, rectangle and histogram. The order of the
layers, from bottom to top, is:
When there are multiple objects of the same kind, such as borders, then the higher numbered object precedes lower
number objects. For example, Border1 sits on top of Border2 and so forth.
If you want to see what is happening, then in the template editor set the file type to PSD and do not flatten or use the
Save and test button at the bottom of the template editor dialog.
Here is an example to illustrate the layer order. Note that the f in some of the layers indicates that this layer uses styles.
If you double click on the f you can edit the style and resave it as a new style if you wish.