Normally if I have a bitmap with some part completely transparent it gets selected even if I click at the transparent area within bounds. I'm thinking if it's possible to change that behaviour so if I have an opaque object underneath it'll get selected instead of that object on the top. For instance, GIMP presents such behaviour.
Here's an example: if I click where a red dot is (added in Paint just to indicate) I want the circle to get selected, not the bitmap on the top. Is this possible?
Sorry for clunky formatting. I don't know how to edit my post.
I meant the grey circle, of course. I want it to get selected.
A fast way; use the Shape tool for trim the image. Or the Crop tool for reduce the transparent space.
An accurate result: trace the image, create a Boundary around(oBject/shaping/boundary) and place the image into the shape as Powercip
I am not aware of a setting to make CorelDRAW ignore clicks on transparent regions of a bitmap.
You can, however, Alt+click to select objects further back in the stacking order:
Thank you, Ariel. This will do
you can block the object