Livello Incolla Tela

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Relativamente al Livello Incolla Tela

Il Livello Incolla Tela è un livello particolare che può contenere altri livelli. Viene generato dal comando Incapsula accessibile dal menu contestuale nel Pannello Livelli o col Menù Livelli nel Menù Simbolo Tela. Così come si può raggruppare un insieme di livelli, si può anche traslare, scalare, e persino modificare il tempo per l'livelli che contiene.

Il Livello Incolla Tela può anche essere generato col Menù Nuovo Livello, con Nuovo Livello | Altro | Incolla Tela.

Parameters of Paste Canvas Layers

The parameters of the Paste Canvas layers are:

Name Value Type
Type real icon.png Z Depth 0.000000 real
Type real icon.png Amount 1.000000 real
Type integer icon.png Blend Method Composite integer
Type vector icon.png Origin 0.000000u,0.000000u vector
Type canvas icon.png Canvas <No Image Selected> canvas
Type real icon.png Zoom 0.000000 real
Type time icon.png Time Offset Of time
Type bool icon.png Blocco Figli
bool (Static)
Type vector icon.png Focus Point 0.000000u,0.000000u vector

Canvas Parameter

Type canvas icon.png

This is "Inline Canvas" by default if the Paste Canvas layer was created by encapsulating other layers, or "Pasted Canvas" if it was created from the New Layer Menu. This parameter lets you select another canvas.

The canvas parameter presents a drop-down menu of the exported canvases, plus an extra entry called "Other...". Selecting "Other..." presents the user with a text entry box asking for the name of the canvas to use. The name typed should have the following format (where [ ] indicates an optional part, ( ) is for grouping, and * means "0 or more times"):


In its simplest form, this is just an id, ie. the exported name of one of the child canvases of the current canvas.

Other possibilities are:

  • if a '#' is present, the part before the '#' is interpreted as the filename of an external .sif file to use.
  • if the '#' is the first character of the string (ie. the filename is blank) then the '#' is ignored, and the current canvas is used instead
  • if a ':' appears before the first id, it means to start at the root canvas of the current canvas
  • each subsequent :id steps down into the specified child


  • /usr/share/doc/synfig/examples/business_card.sifz#:IndividualCard -- gives the absolute path to a .sifz file, and says to use the canvas that was exported from its root canvas as "IndividualCard"
  • ../../examples/business_card.sifz#:IndividualCard -- the same, but with a relative path to the .sifz file
  • #:sy:head:eyes:left -- look in the current composition, and starting from the root, navigate down through the canvas tree. Find a child canvas of the root canvas called 'sy', look in 'sy' for a child canvas called 'head', and so on.
  • :sy:head:eyes:left -- exactly as above. an empty filename is the same as not using the '#' at all
  • eyes:left -- without a ':' before the first id, this starts at the current canvas (presumably the PasteCanvas in question is in the "head" subcanvas of the "sy" subcanvas of the root)

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