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Create a mask

You want to mask out parts of a picture using the mask function of the Frame editing module and therefore need a mask? – Select the format 1 bit and set the magnification to 1:1. In the Frame editing module, change the image control curve so that parts to be masked will look black, all other parts white. Now convert the data without deleting the original frame. Restore the original control curve in the original frame, then mask the picture with the new bitmap frame.

Warning: Such bitmap masks cannot be used as masks for PostScript output. You will have to transform the b&w graphic with Speed~Line or by hand (in the Vector module) into a vector mask, as described in the tutorial above!


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Last updated on May 28, 2020

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