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I created a folder containing 9 images. I named them sequentially 1.jpg through 9.jpg I wanted image 5.jpg to be the center of what I was doing. I created a script to create a large file to place these into. I then copied each of the 9 source files into the new files making a grid 3 x 3. I then saved this script. As long as I have all names the same, I ...


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As Joojaa said, you are best with tracing your file, you can do this as follows. Lock you layer and then create a new layer above it. Use the pen tool (P), holding shift to draw straight lines and clicking and dragging to create a curve. You can then use the Direct Selection tool to select any point you have created and may need to edit.


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Given your foreground and background colors (uniform values across R, G, and B channels), you cannot achieve a a non-uniform color of #a1a2a4 by changing the opacity because opacity impacts all channels at once. However, you can achieve a "close enough" color of #a1a1a1 by setting the opacity of black to 0.37. Here is the tool that I used: ...


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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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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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Try this: Hide the second layer Make the first layer grayscale Use edge detection filters to highlight edges of the background landscape Adjust levels and invert if necessary to get thin black lines on white background Show the second layer and switch it to MULTIPLY mode


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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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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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You are trying to remove the background from an image using a quick way and worse.. using a free/cheap tool online. Problem with this methods and tools is that they do a poor job performing this tasks. If you want a clean work you need the proper tools to do it. If you don't have Photoshop, I recommend downloading the free trial (30 days). If you are ...


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Another option. I don't know Pixlr, but since you are able to save PNG with alpha, it appears to be a decent image editor. Export the icon from AI or Inkscape to PNG, as you have done previously, but with a very large image size (e.g. 10 times larger than needed) Open it in Pixlr, add solid background and make the coloured areas transparent Resize ...


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So you are drawing your icons in Inkscape? Try this: If you are using lines of some width, use the "Path > Stroke to path" command to convert them into filled paths without a stroke. If you are using text, use the "Object > Ungroup" command to convert each text object into individual filled paths. If you are using filled paths, leave them unchanged but ...


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ys.. u can also use select > color range.. other than magic wand.. bt if u wanna use only magigwand.. best answer is above


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Rather than copy/paste, which does not bring in transparency, make sure your PSD file has a transparent background and only what you want showing is visible. Then from Illustrator you can File > Place the PSD image and the transparency will come through.


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You Cannot Just copy and paste your Object for Photoshop to Illustrator in order to get Transparency It will create a white background behind your object. To resolve this issue you first need to save you image in .PNG format With Transparency then import your layer in Illustrator this will give you the transparent background just like you needed.


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Pixelformer support BMP with alpha channel (with premultiply). You can also use Photoshop but it's harder & you must set the alpha channel manually (draw alpha channel to black/255 manually).


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Its Fairly Easy Steps:- Put the Image above your text layer Right click on image layer and select Create Clipping Mask Done!



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