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Toggle Mask And Shape Path Visability Shortcut

Written by May 22, 2022 ยท 4 min read
Toggle Mask And Shape Path Visability Shortcut

There is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel. Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h shortcut, layer controls turn on.

Toggle Mask And Shape Path Visability Shortcut. Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h. Layer 1 and layer 2 are shape layers so if you select those layers and there is a path on the layer you should see the path.

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If it is highlighted, click it (don't use ctrl+shift+h). Layer 1 and layer 2 are shape layers so if you select those layers and there is a path on the layer you should see the path. R/ aftereffects from www.reddit.com there is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel.

Layer 1 and layer 2 are shape layers so if you select those layers and there is a path on the layer you should see the path.

Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h shortcut, layer controls turn on. R/ aftereffects from www.reddit.com there is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel. Layer 1 and layer 2 are shape layers so if you select those layers and there is a path on the layer you should see the path. Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h.

So, in order to be able to use the ctrl+shift+h shortcut without seeing mask and shapes, make sure the toggle button isn't highlighted. Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h. There is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel. You have to have a layer that has a path and that layer must be selected.

There is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel.

There is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel. So, in order to be able to use the ctrl+shift+h shortcut without seeing mask and shapes, make sure the toggle button isn't highlighted. You have to have a layer that has a path and that layer must be selected. If it is highlighted, click it (don't use ctrl+shift+h).

Layer 1 and layer 2 are shape layers so if you select those layers and there is a path on the layer you should see the path.

Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h shortcut, layer controls turn on. There is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel. Layer 1 and layer 2 are shape layers so if you select those layers and there is a path on the layer you should see the path. So, in order to be able to use the ctrl+shift+h shortcut without seeing mask and shapes, make sure the toggle button isn't highlighted.

Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h.

Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h. Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h. Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h shortcut, layer controls turn on. There is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel.

You have to have a layer that has a path and that layer must be selected. Layer 1 and layer 2 are shape layers so if you select those layers and there is a path on the layer you should see the path. There is no toggle mask and shape path visibility on a layer, but the little icon you show that is blue is a switch to view paths in the comp panel. Now masks are off and layer controls are still visible, and when you use the ctrl+shift+h.