PageWatermark.ImageViewMode Property

Gets or sets the mode in which a picture PageWatermark is displayed.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraPrinting.Drawing

Assembly: DevExpress.Printing.v19.2.Core.dll

Declaration

[DefaultValue(ImageViewMode.Clip)]
public ImageViewMode ImageViewMode { get; set; }
<DefaultValue(ImageViewMode.Clip)>
Public Property ImageViewMode As ImageViewMode

Property Value

Type Default Description
ImageViewMode

Clip

An ImageViewMode enumeration value specifying how the picture should be displayed.

Remarks

This member is in effect only for picture watermarks.

Examples

This example demonstrates how to add a text watermark (the SetTextWatermark method) or an image watermark (the SetPictureWatermark method) to a printing system document.

using System.Drawing;
using DevExpress.XtraPrinting;
using DevExpress.XtraPrinting.Drawing;
// ...
public void SetTextWatermark(PrintingSystem ps) {
    // Create the text watermark.
    Watermark textWatermark = new Watermark();

    // Set watermark options.
    textWatermark.Text = "CUSTOM WATERMARK TEXT";
    textWatermark.TextDirection = DirectionMode.ForwardDiagonal;
    textWatermark.Font = new Font(textWatermark.Font.FontFamily, 40);
    textWatermark.ForeColor = Color.DodgerBlue;
    textWatermark.TextTransparency = 150;
    textWatermark.ShowBehind = false;
    textWatermark.PageRange = "1,3-5";

    // Set the watermark to a document.
    ps.Watermark.CopyFrom(textWatermark);
}
public void SetPictureWatermark(PrintingSystem ps) {
    // Create the text watermark.
    Watermark pictureWatermark = new Watermark();

    // Set watermark options.
    pictureWatermark.ImageSource = ImageSource.FromFile("Watermark.png");
    pictureWatermark.ImageAlign = ContentAlignment.TopCenter;
    pictureWatermark.ImageTiling = false;
    pictureWatermark.ImageViewMode = ImageViewMode.Stretch;
    pictureWatermark.ImageTransparency = 150;
    pictureWatermark.ShowBehind = true;
    pictureWatermark.PageRange = "2,4";

    // Set the watermark to a document.
    ps.Watermark.CopyFrom(pictureWatermark);
}
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