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Creating masks in Gravit Designer

The object you want to use as a mask must be in front of the other element. In this case, we will use the blue circle to mask the orange star. Select both objects, right-click, then choose “Mask with Shape”:

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Go to File, Export, then choose Advanced Export…

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Make sure you've selected SVG for the Format, then click Export.

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Import the SVG file into SVGator. It should look like this:

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Please note that there's a browser compatibility error with Safari. In case you are running SVGator in Safari, the clipping mask will not be visible after the import. You can read more about this here.

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