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transition from DrawPlus X8 to AD

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Just downloaded the Beta version 1.5.36 and was trying to build a button.  Took a circle made the center transparent and would like to addd a clipart and move it behind the circle. 

 

In DrawPlus  just click on "insert" and move back, Group and later remoce the background othe new image.

 

However I can not find any "insert" in AD . . . A friend suggested that it might work like PhotoPlus . . . but unfortunately I do not work with photo plus so I am at a lost.

 

Any suggestions

 

Thanks in advance

JARivera

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Start by placing the circle directly on top of the image and then go to the Layers panel. If you want the image to be clipped to the circle (so that the colour of the circle shows in the transparent parts of the image) you need to drag the image thumbnail up to the text label for the circle layer: you'll see a horizontal thick blue line extending to the right of the image thumbnail. If you want the image to be cropped (so that the circle disappears) you need to drag the circle thumbnail and drop it directly on top of the image thumbnail; before you drop it, you'll see a vertical thick blue line immediately to the right of the target thumbnail.


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