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3.2.  Properties

There are two QuickMask properties you can change by right-clicking on the QuickMask button.

  • Normally the QuickMask shows unselected areas “fogged over ” and selected areas “in clear”, but you can reverse this by choosing “Mask Selected Areas” instead of the default “Mask Unselected Areas”.

  • By choosing “Configure Color and Opacity”, you can bring up a dialog that allows you to set these to values other than the defaults, which are red at 50% opacity.


 
 
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