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Giacomo Alonzi
Posted Jun 10 - Read on Facebook

guys there is a method in framer to set one layer like a mask of another? thanks!

13 Comments

Jan Schlie

I would love to know if that is working :)

Giacomo Alonzi

what you mean? XD Is impossiible?

Jan Schlie

I was looking for it the other day but I couldn't figure it out.

Giacomo Alonzi

i'm going to be crazy XD reallyyyyyy!

Giacomo Alonzi

http://framerjs.com/docs/#layer.force2d look that, i think this is the solution!

Giacomo Alonzi

Stephen Crowley is not the right solution :(

Gabriel Lovato

If you post a better explanation of what you want to do, others would have a better chance of being able help.

Do you want to hide part of a layer so you can animate it appearing? Set a superLayer to the layer you want to mask, and set it to clip, it will hide the part that of the child layer that is "outside" the superLayer dimensions...

Or do you mean complex masks like using an image or SVG? In that case we've seen some examples here, scroll trough the group and you might find it.

Giacomo Alonzi

i wanna emulate the material animation like this:
http://materializecss.com/buttons.html
press a botton and see the white waves

Gabriel Lovato

There were a few threads on EXACTLY that subject a few days ago. https://www.facebook.com/groups/framerjs/permalink/691555490971525/

Gabriel Lovato

Check out the comments... and remember to look at old posts next time :)

Giacomo Alonzi

ohhhhh thank you man :)

Giacomo Alonzi

Gabriel Lovato but if the layer for the clip is imported from Sketch it doesnt work, you can confirm?

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