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9. Clipping and Masking

Chapter 9. Clipping and Masking

Sometimes you don’t want to see an entire picture; for example, you might wish to draw a picture as though it were seen through binoculars or a keyhole; everything outside the boundary of the eyepieces or keyhole will be invisible. Or, you might want to set a mood by showing an image as though viewed through a translucent curtain. SVG accomplishes such effects with clipping and masking.


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