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Subject: Re: [docbook] Layering overlapping images - watermark over all, including images

[I'm moving this thread over to the docbook-apps mailing list, which is where stylesheet issues are discussed]

Yes, the watermark is the background-image for the fo:region-body element, which is the base region that is filled up with the body content for the page.  So text and images in the body content will be on top of it.

What about the text on the page?  Do you want the watermark to overlay text as well?  If not, then I don't know of a way to put it under the text and on top of any images.

Bob Stayton


On 6/5/2018 1:00 PM, Otto Hirr wrote:

I would like to place a watermark over the entire page.
Using the draft mode and watermark image params, the image is place on the page, however it seems to be on the "bottom."

How might one place the watermark over the entire page so that it would mark over non-transparent images?

Presently the watermark is clipped at the edges of images, which are not transparent.
Hence my assumption that the watermark image is on the "bottom" of stacking layers.

Best regards,


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