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Post May 29, 2018 21:05
Hello !

It could be very useful to have the ability to add/move/resize image(s) on background in order to draw grid above.

Is it possible?

All the best!
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Post May 29, 2018 21:24
Hi havernas,thanks for your suggestion. This isn't possible in the current version but i'll add it as a possible feature for a future update.
Post Feb 04, 2019 22:22
Hi David,

It was nearly a year I asked for the ability to put a background image on the grid. I'm following your software with a lot of interest but unfortunatly it seems you had no time to work on this feature. ;)

Did you plan to add this feature in your product, and if so when do you plan to add it?

All the best and thanks for your work. :D
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Post Feb 05, 2019 10:03
Yeah sorry, there's a limit to what I can achieve as a one-man-band.
Post Feb 09, 2019 18:12
No problem though, I perfectly understand. But just knowing if it's an interesting feature and you're planning to work on it will be enough for me, I can be patient. ;)
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Post Mar 23, 2019 22:13
This will be the next big thing out of the gate after v4.3.3 is done.

A lot of the code will overlap with the text objects which is great.

Feel free to elaborate on this though -- what sort of features do you need beyond:
  1. LOAD IMAGE
  2. ADD IMAGE TO MAP
  3. MOVE IMAGE AROUND, SCALE AND ROTATE IT AND STUFF
  4. ARRANGE IMAGE *BEHIND* STANDARD MAP LAYERS
???

Don't wanna miss something dumb and obvious!! :D
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Post Mar 23, 2019 22:27
My chief concern is actually how to marry up a library of general graphics with the existing custom tiles system. I think the design of the UI might have to change a bit... :iiam:
Post Jun 18, 2019 17:16
do layers have a transparency setting? That is about the only other thing i could think might be needed when adding in a background image layer. Also - in some instances you may want to have more than one background image layer (think of one as the primary image, and then one on top as a border - this of course assumes that transparent pixels are supported in the tool.
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