I am designing the labeling of a box. I only have one color. To highlight a special label I want to use the pen color as background and leave the letters unpainted. My approach was to draw a filled hatch and to write the text in the background color of the drawing. Unfortunately it seems to be not possible to write in white when the drawing background is white using EDIT-ATTRIBUTE-COLOR. I also tried to choose a color that is close to white from the user defined color tab. This looks nice in the fist view. But after saving and reopen the drawing, the text with the user defined color is black again.
Has somebody any idea how to create text in the background color or a different appoach for text in "inverted color mode"?
Many thanks in advance for any help!
P.S.: I use qCAD 188.8.131.52 with SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10.3