The image stamp function allows you to apply either another image or text to the current image. After selecting this operation from the View WIndows Image menu, the following dialog box is displayed:
Image. Check this option to select another image file as the stamp image. Use the [...] button to browse for the desired image file to use.
Text. Check this option to enter a text string to be used as the stamp image. The text will be rendered using the selected font and color. Click the [>>] button to select predefined file information items from the button menu.
Anti-alias. Check this option (for text stamps) to anti-alias the edges of the selected text font.
Font. Click this button to pick the desired font style and size for the text stamp.
Preserve Spaces. Check this option (for text stamps) to keep any leading or trailing spaces in the text.
Default Text Color. Check this option (for text stamps) to set the text color to the default (black).
Default Backgnd Color. Check this option (for text stamps) to set the text background color to the default (white).
Text Color. Click this button to select the color for the text stamps text color. This button is disabled when the Default Text Color option is checked.
Backgnd Color. Click this button to select the background color of the stamp image. This color will be used to fill in areas around text or rotated images to be stamped. This button is disabled when the Default Backgnd Color option is checked
Default Placement and Pixel Settings. Check this option to use default settings for placement and pixel. These are: position by matrix in the center, auto size keeping aspect ratio, no rotation fitting bounding rectangle, and solid combination method using alpha channel.
Placement and Pixels. Click this button to display the Placement and Pixels dialog box. This Button is disabled when the Default Placement and Pixel Settings option is checked.
View. Click this button to view the stamp as it will look in the image view window.
Clear. Click this button to remove the stamp display from the image view window.
Note: In the registered version of ThumbsPlus, you can also stamp images in batch mode. (Image | Batch Process).