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Good afternoon. What is the difference between 1 and the second location of the mask. When everything is clear with the figures, in one case the figure fits into the figure or the figure cuts the figure. With masks I did not understand what was the difference.

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In the first case, the mask is "inside" the Pixel layer. That means you can put other object inside above the mask, they won't be affected. It's like a mask "inside" a group.

In the second case, the mask is child of the Pixel layer, and everything you'll put "inside" will be altered by the mask too, like it would be if instead of a Pixel layer, you had a mask on a group.

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16 hours ago, Wosven said:

In the first case, the mask is "inside" the Pixel layer. That means you can put other object inside above the mask, they won't be affected. It's like a mask "inside" a group.

In the second case, the mask is child of the Pixel layer, and everything you'll put "inside" will be altered by the mask too, like it would be if instead of a Pixel layer, you had a mask on a group.

 

Thank! After reading your answer I could see the difference. Thanks again! 

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