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    Active Object Visibility

    Hey ,

    I created a line and 3 windows however I want the line to be only visible in the 3 windows not on the actual frame.

    http://img98.imageshack.us/img98/1531/imagewrappingtv5.jpg

    Heres an image so you can understand me more clearly

    Thanks , I hope you can help me

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    Re: Active Object Visibility

    In other words, you are trying to do a mask. I think you'll have to use some extension, or you can just add that line to that windows.

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    Re: Active Object Visibility

    You can put the window border in it's own layer and put the line in a layer underneath it.

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    Re: Active Object Visibility

    Found a solution , I changed the ink settings to "OR" in MMF2 . Thanks for your help anyway

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