Difference between revisions of "Blend Mode"

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The blend mode affects only the pdf export. Blend modes are used to determine how two colors are blended into each other.
 
The blend mode affects only the pdf export. Blend modes are used to determine how two colors are blended into each other.
  
OCAD supports the blend modes '''Darken''' und '''Multiply'''. The effect
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OCAD supports the blend modes '''Darken''' und '''Multiply'''. The blend mode is only visible in the exported pdf file, not in OCAD!
  
 
More about blend modes in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blend_modes Wikipedia].
 
More about blend modes in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blend_modes Wikipedia].
  
Example:
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== Example ==
 
The Darken blend mode is set for the colors ''Purple'' and ''Green over Brown''.
 
The Darken blend mode is set for the colors ''Purple'' and ''Green over Brown''.
  
 
[[File:BlendModeTable.png]]
 
[[File:BlendModeTable.png]]

Revision as of 14:22, 13 May 2016

Click the Blend mode button in the Colors dialog to open the Blend Mode dialog.

The blend mode affects only the pdf export. Blend modes are used to determine how two colors are blended into each other.

OCAD supports the blend modes Darken und Multiply. The blend mode is only visible in the exported pdf file, not in OCAD!

More about blend modes in Wikipedia.

Example

The Darken blend mode is set for the colors Purple and Green over Brown.

BlendModeTable.png