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TOTOJA

Hello,

anybody knows how is it possible to change a pasted image in order to change it as "transparent" - for example a sign to apply over a fill-in module without mask the near text.

 

Thanks

 

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AllainU

Hello @TOTOJA,

Thank you for reaching out to us through our Community Forums!

One good way in make an image to show as transparent is to change its brightness.

Kindly refer to this screen-cast on how it is done: https://www.screencast.com/t/yYQdQq45o

Thanks for choosing Nitro Pro and I hope this helps!

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TOTOJA

Hi AllainU,

 

I have appreciated your contribution but I think I didn't explain well the issue:

"I would obtain an overlapping effect after the image insertion"

 

 

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AllainU

Hello @TOTOJA,

Thanks for your response and patience.

As much as I would like to assist you with your concern, this is not yet possible at the moment. We are always looking to improve Nitro Pro that is why customer’s feedback are important to us.

If you would like to request a change in how Nitro handles overlapping effects after image insertion, you can submit the request directly to our Product Team using the link: https://community.gonitro.com/forum/12-product-improvement/

While we cannot guarantee each feature request submitted will be granted, rest assured our development team will be notified through above website and all updates will be available on this page: https://www.gonitro.com/nps/product-details/downloads

Please check for updates on page above from time to time.

Thanks for choosing Nitro Pro!

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Steven Zakulec

If I'm understanding your request, I think what I describe below might work.

It's not an official feature, but you can get rather close by making a new QuickSign signature from whatever the thing is that you want to be transparent.  You'll use that "signature" as a stamp on the page and it should be transparent everywhere except where there's the actual object.

 

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TOTOJA

Steven, thank you: you are a Genius !

It works as I wanted.

Well.

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