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    Re: Fancy Corners with Masks

    gotcha - thanks I am grateful as ever for your expertise

    going that route i can use the shape tool too which is what I would need as well
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    Re: Fancy Corners with Masks

    thanks acorn

    up to a point... thing is, correct me if wrong but:

    if you edit inside you only see the object[s] that has the mask[s] applied
    if you open the opacity mask you only see the...
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    Re: Fancy Corners with Masks

    in my workflow i can see a real use for opacity msks as a means of quickly repostioning/reorienting a 'visibility window' that is punching through an object; pity that to actually edit the mask shape...
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    Re: Fancy Corners with Masks

    so opacity masks are rather like intersections with some editable features afterwards such as level of transparency, positioning and size..... useful; I learnt something :D
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    Re: Fancy Corners with Masks

    in your case definately not an empty vessel :D

    where to stop indeed....

    like michael I hardly ever use opacity masks so I was thrown at first not recognising the s/c; I like what you have done,...
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    Re: Fancy Corners with Masks

    true.. must have skipped that sorry... although it might be easier to follow if you had said that in the first instance of your post...
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    Re: Fancy Corners with Masks

    for anyone not sure that is 'apply opacity mask' - in classic keys that is alt+O
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