Watermark Transformation and Blending

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Watermark Transformation and Blending

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I imagine Watermark Transformation uses Blend mode? Would it be complicated to add a few others to it such as Soft Light, Hard Light, Negative, and Abs. Difference?
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Re: Watermark Transformation and Blending

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Added for next release.
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Re: Watermark Transformation and Blending

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Great, thanks! I just realized that the Blend (and now Watermark) list of blending methods is different (richer) than the Composite list. Is it by design?
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Re: Watermark Transformation and Blending

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Not really -- Blend was implemented later as a version of Composite with more blending modes and without alignment and an overlay mask.
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