Not sure if this will help, but it's one way of easily adding a "watermark"
if you need to:

On Monday, September 2, 2013, Judy Wilson wrote:

> First, let me say how much I have appreciated the help I've gotten
> throughout the years from this list! I'm a 70 year old woman living in
> Belize, my husband and I do websites (he's the programmer), I love the
> graphic aspect, though he's good at that, too. We have been open-source
> users and supporters for over 10 years, sponsored Software Freedom Day in
> Belize in 2006 and 2007. We use Ubuntu, GIMP, and Inkscape applications, he
> uses all kinds of programming languages, of course. Kudos to everyone
> contributing to this list and the open source movement.
> My question: I would like to put a "watermark" of my logo on images, and I
> can do so with the Map, Bump Map Filter. However, the location of the bump
> map is a problem. At 0 on the X and Y Offset sliders, it goes into the
> upper left hand corner. OK. The problem is the sliders only move to -1000,
> and my images are often larger than that, and I want to put the bump map
> into the lower right hand corner, and the sliders will not allow that.
> Typing in the numbers doesn't work, and moving the bump map in the preview
> with the middle mouse button doesn't work. Of course if I make the images
> smaller I can get it into the right hand lower corner, but I want to use
> the larger image. Any solution for this, or do I have to just live with
> this ... defect(?) for now. Thank you!
> Judy Wilson
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