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This answer addresses if the above has THREE shapes and not two. Vincent's answer is correct if there are two shapes. I would take your designs as so: In this instance I would select ONLY the Polygons: Navigate to Object -> Compound Path -> Make or cmd+8: If I select everything: and do Pathfinder with an option of Minus Front on a design ...


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By selecting both shapes and hitting Subtract on the Pathfinder Palette:


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The easiest way would be to create a temporary layer with a fill, which will travel with the icon layer to the sprite sheet, where, after it has served it's purpose, can be deleted. New (temporary) layer in the 48 x 48 px document (Layer menu > New > Layer…) Fill the layer (Edit menu > Fill… > Black, or whatever). Send this layer to back. In the Layers ...


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The problem is not Gimp is the algorithm used to Overlay the layer which depends in Light and Dark colors. So, to get the effect you want follow this steps: Go to the layers stack > Right Click > Click Merge Visible Layers Click Merge Go to Layer > Transparency > Color to Alpha Select Black in the Color to Alpha Color Picker > Click OK (Two times) ...


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You are saving the image correctly but the white background is showing because there is a setting for it in Adobe Reader, follow the below steps to remove the white background from your pdf. Open Adobe Reader. Press CTRL+K or go to Edit > Preference and check the box, which says show the transparency grid (Please check the image below for clarification.). ...


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What is probably going on is that the target image is not in RGB mod, rather in indexed mode. (It will be so if its file in disk is indexed, like a GIF or an indexed PNG). GIMP does not represent semi-transparency levels on indexed images - change the target image to RGB mode in image->mode->RGB before pasting your contents there. If afterwards ...



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