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GIMP 2.6.12 is outdated, this might be the cause for your problem. Also, in general, GIMP does not make any promises in regard to the color values of fully transparent pixels, but in this case, and with 2.8.14, I can't reproduce your problem. Loading a TGA file, and pasting the contents of a different TGA file into a layer mask, and then exporting the image ...


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Opacity will lighten colors. Using transparency in itself is not generally a problem. 100% color @ 20% opacity = 20% color @ 100%opacity. It's 6 of one, half dozen of the other. The difference is interaction. A 20% tint over 100% color means there's 20% color in that area. 20% opacity over 100% color means there's 100% color in that area. Using tints ...


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Ok, so after over an hour of playing around in illustrator, I found the answer: Create a (inset color here) rectangle and place it at the back. I created mine the same size as my artboard. Then click on each path induvidually, and go Object > Path > Divide Objects Below This will mean that the object below is split into two, one the same as the object/path ...


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Double Click on Layer, a Layer style box will be appear, in left side find & select Gradient Overlay & change the color of Gradient according to your need & click OK then in Gradient overlay box change style to linear & change angle & scale according to your need.


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If the color of the original background is fixed (e.g. white), you can simply use convert for all your images (see also here): convert input_image.png -transparent white output_image.png If you don't want to use a batch file, you can use mogrify, being aware that mogrify overwrite the original file. This question is very frequent in StackExchange: for ...


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What you can do is pre-compose the layer (in your example, the blue ball), then apply a rectangular mask to it, cutting the bottom part off. Next you need to go into the mask's properties and increase Mask Feather. Here's what it looks like when I tried it: This solution lets you animate the mask, too, so the fade-out effect can smoothly change (if you ...


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Using bucket fill instead of contour selection Note: This tutorial is also available in PDF. Add an alpha channel Some image types lack a transparency channel; JPG for example. If this is the case, add an alpha transparency channel. This is done by selecting Layer → Tranparency → Add Alpha Channel. Bucket fill with colour The next step is filling the ...


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I had put an image in Photoshop with the object that I wanted to have transparent. I selected it with the polygonal lasso tool and pasted the selection in a new Photoshop file. Then in this new file I deleted the layer containing the white background (with opening the new file it also gave me the option background contents--> transparent).Then I saved the ...


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Go to File -> Save For Web. A dialog box will appear displaying the original artwork on one side and what will be saved out on the other (a preview). On the far right are the settings. In these settings, select PNG-8 from the format dropdown and configure the PNG-8 settings to your liking (transparency, color table, matte color, color reduction algorithm, ...


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the lines are in individual layer, the colors are on a separated layer underneath. please follow the steps choose the black and white layer from the layer panel from the layer panel at the top select the color mode which is a usually a dropdown list labeled Normal as a default layer color mode. from this menu list choose "Multiply" check the result on ...


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Here is a very good way that is very easy: http://en.kioskea.net/faq/25394-photoshop-quickly-remove-the-background-of-an-image


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To check whether an image has a alpha channel, you can have a look at the channels dialog in GIMP: Having the RGBA image components in this dialog together with the other channels (think: selection masks) is not absolutely correct. They behave significantly different from the other channels there, but this is like it's ever been and nobody has changed it ...


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In GIMP, alpha channels exist per layer. If you go to the layers dialogue (Ctrl+L), right-click on your layer, there is an item Remove Alpha Channel, which does what you want. If it is greyed out, your layer does not have an alpha channel.


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I tryed to do the same and it worked :/ In the dialog box do you selected the transparent option? Maybe try to clear the cache and restart the browser.



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