Patch layers are only circles. You can have more than one. Or you can make a mask that can be any shape.
Greenlaw wrote:Yes, it does work! If you make the patch layer large enough, you can cookie cut the patch using a mask layer and make it any shape you like.
This is very interesting. I actually needed something like this the other day but I'm not yet sure this would have solved my problem. I feel like there may be a limitation here I'm overlooking, like conflicting with other masked elements.
But it might work fine when I don't have other masking going on with these layers. Definitely worth exploring.
synthsin75 wrote:You can group the patch in it's own masking group and it still finds the assigned layer to mask no matter where that group is. You can even make the patch's mask group hide all or show all.
dueyftw wrote:Is it possible to have a layer script in the patch layer to replace the circle or add points to it?
Greenlaw wrote:And thanks to mdmodeler and dueyftw for setting us down this path.
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