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Used the Magic Wand tool and selected the white space background, then pressed the delete button on my keyboard and done. It is a bit weird because I tried that before and it didn't work, I don't know how it worked this time. FINAL ANSWER: A comment on the post, moderator Vincent, provided the answer. On my real project it also removed some white parts of ...


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Yes. You can "flatten" your image using a program like gimp. Aditional info. Every raster format support non transparent images, but only few does support transparency. The transparency on a png file is an aditional channel, this is, you have your rgb image (a simple graph or photo) and besides that you have one more channel that you can use or not. In ...


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Found an article which helped me think through how to do it. In case anyone else has this question, the "Create repeating patterns" section of this article is what helped me figure it out. Zoom in and pick a focal point on the design, in this case it’s a point in the design where the pink line changes to yellow. Drag out a marquee until you reach the ...


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While you create a new file (menu > NEW). Select "Background Contents" drop to Transparent... Now you will get a transparent artboard.


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As much as I understood, answer of your question would be like this.. 1) Take a certain size of file(file A) 2) Now you will have a screen with transparent background. without doing anything else further, first of all take a screen shot of such screen. 3) And past it new file.(file B), keep only transparent grid image and delete the surrounding stuff ...


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Have you checked this setting? Edit > Preferences > User Interface Choose your desired Brightness Make sure "Match User Interface Brightness" is selected for Canvas Color Let me know if that helped!


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Select the background layer. Double click so it is no longer locked, it will rename as layer 0. select all within your canvas (cmd + a) and delete.


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Sounds like your [Paper] swatch is set to black. You can colour your paper with this swatch and preview your design on coloured paper. If you set the [Paper] swatch to a colour (like black) it will only show up on your screen and never print. To fix this. Double click on the [Paper] swatch and set all ink percentages to 0%. Then add a new layer with a new ...



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