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How to hide anything outside of an component

New Here ,
Mar 15, 2023 Mar 15, 2023

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Hi,

I'm creating a card component within XD and I have hexagons as a background. However, I only want whatever is inside the card component to be visible and anything outside it to be invisible. I can't fine a way to do this. I know how to do it for an artboard, just not a component. 

 

Attached is an image of the card and I only want what is inside the red box to be visible. Please can someone advise the best way to to this?

 

Many thanks!

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Community Expert , Mar 15, 2023 Mar 15, 2023

Did you try to draw rectangle above and Create Clipping Mask? Adobe XD Masking - Learn how to use masking with Adobe XD on XDGuru

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Did you try to draw rectangle above and Create Clipping Mask? Adobe XD Masking - Learn how to use masking with Adobe XD on XDGuru

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Thank you, that has worked! A lot simpler than I thought!

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