Masking: second editing

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Fabrizio,

    Sure, you can edit your local mask. If you used the brush, simply select the paint or erase options to change the masked area.

    When you use a Radial or Gradient mask, you can also use the brush to fine-tune specific areas of your mask. However, the handles to place a Radial and Gradient are not editable after leaving the tool. If you want to reposition those masks, I recommend clicking on the ellipsis button (...) and choosing Clear to reset the masked area and then redrawing your mask as desired.

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