I creaetd a map with 6 vector layers (each is a .shp-file), the geometry type varies: 4 are polygons, 2 are lines.
I would like to print a region - to be specific approx. 20 individual regions - of the map.
Until now, I didn't find a proper way to do it. This is my workaround so far: One vector layer (polygon) has the outlines of the 20 regions I want to print. I color the 19 regions I don't need white, and leave the one I need transparent. Hence, I kind of have the region I want and can print it with the print composer. The drawback: I would like to print Streetnames, which are included in one vector layer (geometry type: lines; "roads" from OSM). If I turn on labels for the street names, they are not covered up by the 19 "white" regions, hence I have street names in the "white" regions that should be invisble for printing.
Do you have an idea how I can get rid of the names or - even better - a suggestion how to reach my desired result in a better way?