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Wondering how to collapse/flatten these elements into separate standard vector shapes. I'm exporting them as separate .svg pieces for a 3D project but those curves/masks or whatever they are are causing issues. I can't Rasterize because I lose the vector nature of the layer. I didn't make the file, I was given an eps file which I brought into Designer to break out into .svg layer files. Still pretty new with Designer.

 

 

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Hi Positive Media!

 

Welcome to the forums!

You will need to release the mask, to do this right click the mask and 'Release Mask' then select the objects together and (with the ALT key down) intersect the layers which will create a compound layer.

If this does not help, feel free to PM me your file so I can take a closer look.

Jack

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Would still be good if masks would not break the vector export as compound layers can only be created from two primitive shapes, where masks can also be created with groups.

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