I’d like to add .svg files to my canvas. While this is possible at the moment, unfortunately, the background is always opaque which very much limits what can be done with .svg files. If the canvas supported .svg files with a transparent background this will unlock a plethora of options, especially for diagrams.
Follow the transparency settings of the .svg file.
2d maps are my personal “memory palace,” and I want to be able to arrange notes and cards on top of a 2d map image.
I want to be able to place a high-resolution or vector image on the canvas and “lock it” such that it cannot be selected or moved. A locked image is always on the bottom-most layer so nothing can be hidden behind it. Perhaps a right-click is required to unlock it?