INTRODUCTION AND RELEVANT INFORMATION:
I am a programmer who needs to put an
EMF file on a certain place in my applications main window. My clients didn't give me the file I need, but I was given the
PNG image of it. This is a problem for me, since I am a complete beginner in the area of graphics design/editing. I have never used Photoshop or any similar program.
After using some free online tools for sharpening and resizing of the picture, I was able to get an acceptable quality.
I have stumbled upon this tutorial, during my search for a way to convert that "enhanced"
I have made a print-screen of the desktop, cropped the logo from the tutorial with Paint, and tried to repeat what I saw there. I was successful. I have tried to do the same for the picture sent to me, and it seems that it worked. All I needed to do is to save it as an
EMF, which I did.
When I use the
EMF file in my code, everything that was white in the original
PNG is transparent, yet white color should have remained in some parts of the picture.
To illustrate exactly what kind of a problem I am facing with, I have uploaded
PNG file, and the resulting
EMF file here.
MY EFFORTS TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM:
I know that Inkscape has white color as transparent by default, so I have tried to alter it in
Document properties to yellow, and to try the same method described above again in hope of success. Unfortunately, that did not help.
I have tried to find the similar question here, but search engine shows nothing. I have tried finding solution on the Internet, but it seems that nobody saves images made in Inkscape as
EMF, but as
SVG which is expected.
The only thing left for me, in my humble opinion, is to "insert" white color where necessary using text editor (like Notepad) , but I do not know how to do it, since I do not know
What can I do to make the
EMF file look as the
PNG submitted above?