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Shadows are a default setting and in some cases that need to be turned off. Once such case is when you are applying light siding over a structure with an existing dark wall or siding. In this case you will go under the ‘Advanced’ tab of that product and turn the shadow off. You can also set the shadow to any of these given settings depending on dark or light you want the shadow effect – “off, dark, medium average, soft, light, and auto”

You can also watch this short video to show you exactly what the tool enables:

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