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AD "Mask to Below" shortcut


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Hi cyp,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

Currently it's not possible to set a shortcut for Mask To Below.

You can assign shortcuts for all the items in the main menu (on top), for the tools (on the left toolbar) plus a few additional ones for toggling panels and a few additional ones not available in the menus etc (see the Miscellaneous section on the second dropdown).

I'm moving this thread to the Feature Requests section.

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Hi MEB — thanks for your quick reply and adding this to the list.


To support this request, I would like to explain a bit about how I would use this feature:

In Photoshop and Illustrator, they both have shortcuts to toggle clipping mask (Cmd + opt + G in Photoshop, Cmd + [opt] + 7 in Illustrator). I can quickly clip/unclip objects without moving my mouse to the layer panel and looking for them. It saves a lot of time during the process. "Paste Inside" feature is already speeding up my working process, but toggle clipping would make the process twice faster.


Thanks for your consideration.





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