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You are correct--that "checked background" is how many programs indicate transparent areas. SVG files have a transparent background. Changing the background color is not part of the SVG standard, so changing the background color in Inkscape won't carry over to the SVG file when its viewed in a browser. There are a few ways to get a solid background color: ...


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It would be much easier to work with the vector in Illustrator, but if you must work in Photoshop this might help you out a little. You can use the Select Color Range tool using setting similar to what I have here: And then fill the selected area with white, and you should get some decent results. This is what I ended up with: After that, just adjust ...


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Go to your default file default.svg when interface has translated you have to change a file default_XX.svg eg: default_pt_BR.svg on the linux the default folder is /usr/share/inkscape/templates/ on windows C:\Program Files (x86)\Inkscape\share\templates\. open the svg file with a text editor and change the line where is pagecolor="#ffffff" Remember, ...


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Assuming you've made the logo in illustrator you could simply copy your outer circle, place your new circle over the top of your image and create a clipping mask. In the menu "Object > Clipping Mask > Make" or "Command + 7" on a mac. Place your new clipped texture under your first circle and make sure your first circle doesn't have a fill.


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They are most probably vector paths with manipulated transparency. You can create vector paths using Pen Tool (hotkey: P) then assign them proper fill (color or gradient) and then manipulate their transparency in the layers panel. EDIT: Create a vector path using Pen Tool (hotkey: P). Then right-click inside the path and choose "convert to selection". ...



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