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Putting One Picture On Top of Another.

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I know this is the simplest question imaginable but I can't make it work. In the older versions I used to just import an image and then import another image and it would place it on top of the first image. Done. Now it places the new image in a box in the upper right hand corner and for the life of me I can't figure out how to put the two images together. Please help a stupid person.

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I'm not sure what you mean - but is this it? When you open an image and its in the box in the top right corner, then open another image and its in a different box in top right corner?

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I'm not sure what you mean - but is this it? When you open an image and its in the box in the top right corner, then open another image and its in a different box in top right corner?

Yes, that's what I mean. Now how do I put the two images together?

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I used to just import an image and then import another image and it would place it on top of the first image.

In the menu:

Layers > Import From File ...

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In the menu:

Layers > Import From File ...

I've done that but how do import a file so that it ends up inside the first image?

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Layers > Import From File will bring another file into an existing open file.

If you mean something other than that, additional explanation is needed.

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Or open the image, then open the other one you want. Then copy the second one, and place it into a new layer over the first image. But the second layer was to be set to overlay - or a setting which displays both of the pictures at once.

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Thanks for the help. There are some settings that weren't there before. Once I set those it worked.

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That's a CSS solution. The original poster wanted to graphically merge two images.

Oh, and the last post was four and a half years ago. I reckon they have found a solution by now. That's why we have Forum Rule #11.

 

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