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Seems to me that the yellow eye texture is used without alpha/transparency, and merely replaces the normal eye texture. Another part of the problem is that Photoshop Elements doesn't let you adjust channels. The transparent areas in textures is usually due to an "alpha channel", which is like a mask for the entire image, but is stored as a fourth channel. ...


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If you really want your printer to print your document on green paper, then you can visualize this with Scribus: Open your document in Scribus Click File > Document Setup > Display > Colors (at tab) > Fill Color Now in the window, select a color that corresponds to your paper. Now click OK or Apply. Now - just on your screen - Scribus will show you ...


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pixel2svg has the potential to do this, but it requires some modification of the script. How to do it You need to modify the svgdoc.add call on line 125 of pixel2svg.py to add in opacity attribute. It should look like the following: svgdoc.add(svgdoc.rect(insert = ("{0}px".format(colcount * arguments.squaresize), ...


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If you do not auto trace, the option is do it by hand. Make a grid and start drawing boxes. Your requirements: Vector, no raster (OK) Pixel by pixel conversion, no tracing (OK) half ok. A vector based file has no pixels. Take alpha into account (OK) If you simply do not draw a background. Optional: Command line would be great. Any comand line option is a ...


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If you're using Adobe Photoshop you can simply press Ctrl + Shift + Alt + S to open the "Save for Web..."-Dialogue Once you're there you just need to click at the top on the PNG-preset and change the amont of colors to "2". If they dont already appear as plain black and plain white you can set them manually. There's also a filter available in Photoshop ...


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You might want to check out ImageMagick " software suite to create, edit, compose, or convert bitmap images." Based on the conversion options, looks like you'd be able to try convert image.png -depth 2


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In Photoshop CS6, there is a Script in File Menu. I don't know whether it's included in CC or not. If it's there, then these steps can be followed... Go to File Menu => Scripts => Export Layers to File Select - File Type and Destination Check Mark - Transparency | Interlaced | Trim Layers And RUN


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Ensure that your colour profile is set to RGB, you cannot save a CMYK doc as a .png file and therefore will not get the option in your dropdown menu when saving. (Click Image > Mode to do this) You may have made a document with a bit/channel in excess of 16bit png will not support this. See this site for more details on png specifications. ...There is also ...


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Well you could reopen the png and apply a trim on it. You can aslo create following in a action: Make a new action, and record RMB on currently active layer, and choose Duplicate Layer... Set the Destination field to new Apply Image → Trim... on new image With transparent pixels setting Save your image Stop recording and make the save step ...



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