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I have a large geotiff with elevation gradient which I want to use to colour my map. However, the coastal line of the geotiff doesn't exactly match my shapefile so I want to mask it. The problem is that by using comp-op options (the best result is by using dst-in) I lose my background. Does anyone have a clue how to mask my layer but keep the background?

Attached is a screenshot for more explanation.

Screenshot of my TileMill project, with arrows pointing to the layers.

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The only way I've been able to do this is by creating two projects (background and masked image), uploading them both to MapBox, and combining them as a Project.

Not ideal, as you have to maintain two different projects, and store them both online.

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  • Yeah I thought that. Luckily I found a shape file with the coastline and the ocean which I could use as an overlay and therefore it fitted my masked areas.
    – traustid
    Sep 21 '14 at 16:17

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