[Scribus] AND operation
Fri Jun 9 13:21:25 CEST 2006
On 6/8/06, Matthijs Zwinderman <mzwinderman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All!
> I've got a question, I would like to have an area filled with text,
> where you can see a logo in the text.
> The text should be black everywhere, but white at those points where
> it intersects with the logo. The logo itself should not be printed!
I haven't actually tried this, so I'm not 100% sure how well it will
work, but how about:
1. Saving the white silhouette of the logo (with a nice smooth edge)
as a PNG with transparent background (assuming you have the logo as a
picture on a background, you can do this in GIMP)
2. Putting the PNG in a picture box with a transparent background
3. Putting the box over the box with the text (*without* making the
text wrap around the box).
This way you can still change the text, move the logo around, etc.
I remember that PNGs with transparency are definitely transparent when
you put them over other pictures; I can't remember if I ever tried
putting them over text.
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