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QGIS does not support Openstreetmap tiles natively. I assume you are using the openlayers plugin. That does not allow for transparency. Alternatively, you can use the TileLayer plugin with the ability to set the transparency: The tab delimited lines for a text file with .tsv extension are: Openstreetmap OSM ...
This is a known issue, here is the work around Open the image using Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, then right click on image and cut/copy and then paste the image into the ArcMap document in layout view. source: http://support.esri.com/fr/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/25368
I would use the clip to shape option in the data frame properties. Have two copies of your basemap in the Data Frame one with no transparency which you clip to your town border using the option below. Then make your second one transparent and sitting below the first basemap and exclude it from the clip using the Exclude Layers button. Below is a very ...
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