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Create consistent greyscale icons from a set of third-party logos?
I have a bunch of third-party client logos in clashing colours. I would like to convert them to elegantly matching grayscale. What I'm after is a set of identical grayscale images of the kind seen ...
Mar 6 '12 at 21:13
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