How to add Shadow background to your text?

How to add Shadow background to your text?

You can now add a shadow background to your scene text in case you want to highlight the text more. Here's where you can find this option.

Click on the textbox for the text menu to appear on the top. On this menu, you will see the option to add shadow to your text.

In this menu, you can add shadow to the text. You can also select the color, opacity and width of the shadow.

If you have any specific colors associated to your brand, you can also add the Hex code for that color here.


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