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If I’ve understood your question correctly, you just right-click the fish layer in the Layers panel and choose ‘Mask to Below’.

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7 minutes ago, Alfred said:

If I’ve understood your question correctly, you just right-click the fish layer in the Layers panel and choose ‘Mask to Below’.

Thanks for your help, I did as suggested and it does do it but fills out the white fish borders, which I don't want. I did it a long time ago in AP but I can't remember how to do it. Please see sample3.img, this is what im trying to accomplish.\

Thank you

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I cant see any image, but if it's black and white.

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If you make the white transparent, Filter > Colour > Erase White Paper.

 

Then just drag the image to the nesting position.

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It will only fill the black bits.

 

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The background will be transparent but that is easy to fix, or just save as a JPEG.

 

 

Windows PCs. Photo and Designer, latest non-beta versions.

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