How do I change color of a shape based on background color?

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Hello,

 

I am working on a project consisting of a background with black and white stripes. I am overlaying a shape on top of that. Is there any way to have it so that wherever the background is white, that section of the shape is black (and vice versa) without having to mask and manually erase and paint between the lines of the background? Any help would be much appreciated.

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Bottom layer: Black and white stripes. Middle layer: Heart Shape in white. Blending Mode: Difference Top Layer: Type in white. Blending Mode: Difference As you float the type or shape around the area the color break is automatic

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Bottom layer: Black and white stripes.

Middle layer: Heart Shape in white. Blending Mode: Difference

Top Layer: Type in white. Blending Mode: Difference

As you float the type or shape around the area the color break is automatic

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Thank you so much! That fixed it! I really appreciate your help!

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