Add multiple effects on the same blending option without having to rasterize the layer.Like duplicate layer, duplicate a stroke, by example.

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Add Option for Multiple Strokes, Shadows, Emboss, etc. Like the Duplicate Layer option, duplicate the blending effects. "Stroke 1, Stroke 2, Stroke 3", without having to rasterize the layer to add another of the same effect on top of each other.

Right-click on an effect like emboss, inner shadow, stroke, inner glow ,etc and have the option to duplicate the effect and the option to make them work in two ways: one as if the effects started at the same place, and one to make the second effect start at the end of the first one.
e.g. I apply a 5px black stroke, I duplicate the stroke, and change its color to white. With the first option I'd have two layers of stroke, But I'd only see the black one, because it's the upper layer, so to be able to see the white stroke I'd have to change to 10 pixels. (5px showing and 5px under the black one). and the second on the make the white one start at the end of the black, so I'd have two 5px strokes without having to go to the trouble of apply first stroke, rasterize layer, apply second stroke. The same follows for every other effect.
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That was added in Photoshop CC 2015.
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Oh , I didnt know. I still use CS6, thanks for the info and thanks for adding this feature, whoever did. It's very useful.