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Compositing options
Compositing is the process or technique of combining visual elements from separate sources into single images. Icon Pack Studio provides 5 different compositing modes.

Overlap

The overlap method is the standard compositing mode. Shape B is just placed on top of Shape A. If Shape B is translucent, you will see part of Shape A under the area occupied by Shape B.

Printed on

This mode is similar to overlap, but the area of the Shape B that exceeds the borders of Shape A are not drawn. If Shape B is translucent, you will see part of Shape A under the area occupied by Shape B. Please note: If Shape B is completely contained in the area of Shape A, Print on will work exactly like Overlap.

Engraved

When Engraved is selected, Shape B is subtracted by Shape A, generating a hole in the picture on the bottom. In this case, the color of Shape B is ignored.

Overwrite

When Overwrite is selected Shape B will replace the content of Shape A instead of overlapping it. If Shape B is translucent, you won't see Shape A under the area occupied by Shape B.
Please note: If Shape B is opaque, Overwrite will work exactly like Overlap.
Last modified 7mo ago