Does Corjl support clipping masks?

Yes, you can mask images with text or images provided in the Shapes tab. To mask an image with text, drag the text layer in the tools panel right above the image layer you want to mask, then right click on the text layer and select Create Clipping Mask. To release the clipping mask, right click on the text layer in the tools panel and select Release Clipping Mask. If you see a visible line around the text, change the opacity of the text to 0. To mask an image with a shape from the Shapes tab, drag the shape layer in the tools panel right above the image layer you want to mask, then right click on the shape layer and select Create Clipping Mask. Customers will be able to select, replace and resize images that are masked. To release the clipping mask, right click on the shape layer in the tools panel and select Release Clipping Mask. For best results, we recommend downloading any design that utilizes the masking feature either as a JPG, PNG or flattened PDF (select PDF Prints as an Image, under the Info tab). Also, please note that the clipping mask feature is currently not fully compatible with all browsers, including Internet Explorer and MS Edge.

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