Yes. Take the mode file that you want and insert it on a different layer in a paint program. Delete everything except for the MOD'd part. As you add other MODs, add more layers to the Paint file and repeat the deleting everything but the MOD'd part. You will have to have the original layer that has the complete set of graphics as the bottom layer so that the parts that are not MOD'd are able to show through. You will be able to turn off a layer or layers that you do not want and the layers that you do want will sit on top of the original complete graphics. When you have what you want, resave the file(my paint program asks if I want to flatten the image which is to say "combine all layers into one graphic with the top layers overwriting the lower ones"). You will now have a file with only the MODs that you want showing. This way you can mix and match as you want with little effort. The worst is the initial deleting around the MOD'd parts so that the lower layer will show through. This could be taken care of as well by the MOD'rs doing this step for everyone as they MOD. As long as they start with the original size everything will line up through the layers.
I have not played with the buildings and LOS outlines too much, been very busy at home. Should be able to be done though.
I,m guessing the paint program that comes with windows is not able to do that and another one would be needed.
No, Windows Paint won't do at all.
But apart from professional programs, there are several free good programs that can do the job, I think. IMHO, Paint.net (http://www.getpaint.net/index.html), that I have used several times, is probably an excellent program to work with a multi-layer image file. Gimp may be also, but I have no experience with it.
< Message edited by Franciscus -- 4/7/2016 9:06:19 PM >
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