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    Default Watermark photos

    Hi all is there a way to watermark photos on pages within web designer.
    Last edited by Cheshamweb; 14 February 2020 at 11:36 AM.

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    Default Re: Watermark photos

    US$30 but very versatile and used by 3 companies I have done work for. All 3 have used the software for several years and no complaints.
    https://www.uconomix.com/Products/uMark/

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    Default Re: Watermark photos

    Or, create a line of text, make it white, add flat transparency and place it over the photo. Free.
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    Default Re: Watermark photos

    Quote Originally Posted by gwpriester View Post
    Or, create a line of text, make it white, add flat transparency and place it over the photo. Free.
    Ha, of course. I instantly went down the 'Here's 100 photos, watermark 'em'. If there aren't so many doing it by hand is far more rewarding, both monetary and satisfaction wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwpriester View Post
    Or, create a line of text, make it white, add flat transparency and place it over the photo. Free.
    That, however, will create the text/image sitting on top of the image so the image can still be abstracted.

    Even if you Group or Soft-group, the text and image may still be kept separate in the output.
    Apply Clipview works well as does Apply opacity mask.
    The former needs a Transparency, the latter does it more easily by change the text colour. This gives individual glyph transparency control.

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    Default Re: Watermark photos

    Thanks for overthinking this Acorn
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    Default Re: Watermark photos

    Gary years ago I think you had a way in one of your tutorials could be wrong but I seem to remember it but wouldn't know where to find it to suggest it.

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    Default Re: Watermark photos

    Joe - I think it was this one http://archive.xaraxone.com/webxealo...39/page_4.html

    You can search for specific things in Google (or I use DuckDuckGo) using search word or phrase site:archives.xaraxone.com
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    Default Re: Watermark photos

    Yes Gary that's the one and a excellent watermark tutorial if I do say so. That should more than help Cheshamweb!!!!

 

 

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