We want do have a watermark on our drawing.
Now we have added a new layer to our drawing and added a jpg.
But is there a possibility to set the coverage power of the jpg?
That would be really nice.
Nice weekend to all
I understand. In that case you will need to edit your photo first with an external 'photo' editing program, then insert the image when you have got the transparency right.
Once you have it correct, you can save your 'water mark' as a block and use it when needed.
All this steps I have done before I have contacted the forum.
I have creaded a .gif file in photoshop with an transparency of 15 % and without background.
In Windows the .gif file looks perfect.
But in librecad it will be shown without any transparency.
Do I have to save the picture in an diffrent format?