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From the screenshot and the Designer files attached, I'd like to achieve a sort of masking between a triangle and an empty circle with a large stroke: I'd like to mask the part of triangle that crosses over the circle.

I managed to do it on the top drawing but only by applying a white fill in the circle. Which isn't smart, is it?

I'd like to keep the transparency. So, how do I do that from the bottom drawing?

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you could place a ellips above the ellips and triangle and set it to erase.

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Edit: misread your post @Alfred way would do the trick


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1. Duplicate the circle

2. Remove the white fill from the new (top) copy

3. Select the original circle layer and set its blend mode to ‘Erase’


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