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If this is still necessary, I was trying to achieve the same effect and I could not. I did it with a plugin called html2canvas and stackBlur, which I found it here: http://jsfiddle.net/WtQjY/201/. I am not the author of the plugins. And this is merely a snippet of the code. I changed it to be simpler and faster: .blur{ -webkit-filter: blur(7px); ...


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Paint.net and Gimp Below is a detailed example of how to do this in Photoshop. However, both Gimp and paint.net have the same capabilities, though the tools have slightly different names. The Gimp equivalent to Photoshops magic wand tool is Fuzzy select. You should be able to achieve the same result. photoshop. Select the white background with the magic ...


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What I see in the image, which I think is what you're asking about, is some posterization. Whenever you deploy very smooth gradients you can run into this issue if the display doesn't have the bit-depth or color gamut to render the gradients smoothly. Ironically, perhaps, blur not only doesn't help, it can make the situation worse. Working in Photoshop on a ...



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