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Chapter 8. Compositing Images > Using Ink Effects for Transparency

Using Ink Effects for Transparency

When you place a visual cast member on the Stage, it’s automatically surrounded by a rectangular bounding box. This bounding box usually appears as a white rectangle behind the sprite (Figure 8.2). (If the sprite is based on a vector-shape cast member, the rectangle is filled with the cast member’s background color, which is usually—but not necessarily—white.)

Figure 8.2. Most sprites are surrounded by a white rectangle when they first appear on the Stage.



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