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I am creating a PDF that is designed for viewing on Screens/Tablets, and uses white Text on black background. Since some readers might want to print it, and I want to avoid to create a second PDF, I would like to include a Print View as Layer in the PDF.

How can I make (xe)latex to render the same Text twice above each other, with a background image in between, so I can use the upper text layer and image as one PDF-Layer to disable it?

So in the PDF, it would be the following order of layers (read it bottom-to-top):

WHITE TEXT       \
                  > OCG Layer #1
BLACK BACKGROUND /

BLACK TEXT       \
                  > regular PDF
WHITE BACKGROUND /

Now if the reader hides Layer #1 in the PDF Reader, the printerfriendly Version below it becomes visible.

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