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Hey, I've been playing with the Blend Modes for this, but is not perfect.
I would like to have object B appearing only inside object A, and the parts that are not inside object A stays invisible. Any suggestion?
Appreciated! : )
Put A and B on the same layer, B above A.
Set blend mode for B to "Source in"
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Oh yeah, that works dop2000, thank you! : )
I'd like to do the same but with layers. layers do as well have blending modes. however if I set layer-b to source in while having a background underneath layer-a the entire layer-b keeps being visible (and background is hidden). Is there a way to prevent this?