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Three Point Transparency consists of three points each with their own transparency level. The transparency of the object is defined by the graduations between these three transparency handles. In the example, the left point (shown as a black spot) is not transparent, the right point is 100% transparent and the bottom point is 50% transparent. Three point transparency is ideal for drawing highlights and quickly drawing complex looking transparency effects. For more details, see the Transparency Overview.