I am working on an Indesign file that has multiple layers which are both on an apacity around 10%.
When I just put them both on 10% obviously you can see the bottom layer right through the top layer.
What I want is that you won't be able to see the bottom layer (despite the top layer being on 10% opacity) but just see the white backgound just as if there would not be another layer underneath.
In the example image you can see what I have now.
So what I want is that you won't see the logo's of the carbrands underneath the word Scantools.
Is this possible?
Thanks a lot,
Put a layer between them and put a frame with a fill of Paper.
That's the answer! Haha, I knew it would not be that hard. Thanks.
You could also just use a tint of the color instead of reducing the opacity of the word SCANTOOLS.