OK, but the "white" is substituted even if the "black/white-mode" is off!?!
The reason for my need is that it was the easiest way I found to, for example "drill a hole" on an area.
I use QCAD for drawing templates for etching.
In some views, parts of a detail needs to be covered with white, where on other views it should be visible. Sometimes its a little hard to divide that part into different layers to control visibility in different situations.
Perhaps some kind of AND/OR/XOR function would be usable for that...
But the easiest way would be to allow white (or "backgound color"...) in printing.
At the moment using "nearly white" works fairly well.
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on Mon Nov 24, 2008 12:06 pm, edited 1 time in total.