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Re: [libreoffice-users] Transparency in Write


I am using 6.2.1 and, like you, Format > Image > Properties >
Transparency does nothing to the picture. However, if you go on the
side pane, select the properties and play with the Image (not area)
transparency there, it works fine. Note that Format > Image >
Properties > Transparency brings you to Area Transparency mode (can't
quite figure out what it does) which is also available on the side pane
as the first selection (Image being the second one).

I hope this helps.

Le samedi 13 avril 2019 à 12:37 -0500, Gregory Forster a écrit :
> Hi,
> I remember many years ago, with LO 3.3, you could import an image, and
> adjust its transparency, so that it was like a watermark, showing behind
> other text or graphics. Now I'm using and I insert the image, go
> to Format, Select Image, Select Properties,then select Transparency -
> Nothing happens. I checked the version 6 documentation and I could not
> find anything else. What's wrong?
> Greg
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