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Sat May 29, pm I wonder how could I create a transparent text outline that overlaps any other object on another layer see example of the second 3 over the first one? I’m using Pixelmator Pro 2. Best regards. Thank you! Sun May 30, am I’m not sure if this is what you mean, but if you create two ‘3’s on separate layers, then go to the style tool for the top ‘3’ layer, and bring the stroke up? Tue Jun 01, am by Tali Sun May 30, am I’m not sure if this is what you mean, but if you create two ‘3’s on separate layers, then go to the style tool for the top ‘3’ layer, and bring the stroke up?

Tue Jun 01, pm Ok, I’ve found a smarter way of getting a transparent outline: 1. Create a new project 2. Use a bold font I used Arial black at px 4.

Pixelmator Pro User Guide. Quick Links What’s new? Pixelmator Pro basics. Create, open, and save images. Working with layers. Pixelmator Pro keyboard shortcuts. Table of Contents. Adjust the opacity of a layer Almost every layer you add to Pixelmator Pro is, by default, fully opaque, meaning the layer itself is fully visible and it obscures everything beneath it.

 
 

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What other uses are there for that mask to alpha effect in a photo compositing workflow? Follow thread. Thu Jun 03, pm I haven’t really thought about using blend modes. I want to “punch through” a letter. Sun Jul 04, pm There is a very smart way to do this: 1. Add a colour or gradient of your choice to the background layer, this will help you see the transparency.

 

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How do I make the background transparent? · 1. Set the layer with the black lines to a blend mode of Multiply (Tools > Format > (Style)) · 2. Create a new layer. I’m creating toolbar icons for some software. I have a 16×16 pixel image with a solid black shape. I want to “punch through” a letter. A layer with 1% opacity is nearly transparent, while a layer with % opacity is entirely opaque. Adjust the opacity of a layer. Select the layer or layers you.