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Is there quick and easy (non destructive) way to get multiple transparency gradients on one object?

For example I want a black-white gradient from bottom to top as well as top to bottom, or variants of that.

There is a similar question posted, but this doesn't answer my question.

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Sorry not a Corel user, but I have to ask... couldn't you simply use a black-white-black gradient for what you describe? Why do you need transparency? – Scott Dec 17 '12 at 23:41
Hi, I dont want the gradients to be symmetric per se. For example one line of transparancy might run with 40 degrees angle to which I add different transparancy gradient with a different angle. Ofcourse this is easily achieved by chaning the transparancy, then convert to bitmap, and then repeat the process with the different gradient of choice. But this is not flexible enought for my purpose. – Timtico Dec 18 '12 at 19:18

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