monte at appisle.net
Tue Apr 14 18:58:02 EDT 2020
If I understand what you want correctly then:
Create mask object
Set the ink of the mask object to blendDstIn
Set the ink of the group to blendSrcOver
Like everything else graphical I’m sure Scott Rossi has a better way ;-)
> On 15 Apr 2020, at 7:31 am, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> Back in the day I could easily make a sort of keyhole effect, in which I used one graphic to obscure an image, and a second graphic on top as a mask to define a shape (such as a keyhole) through which I could see a portion of the image.
> It was done easily enough with inks.
> Inks that, it seems, we no longer have.
> So given the subset of inks we're now limited to, has anyone here seen firsthand an example of this in LC v9.x?
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