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You want to choose PNG-24 in the second drop-down: Your dot should look like the example on the right here: I'm not an authority on the png (Portable Network Graphic) file format, but I'll explain what I do know about it. An 8-bit png is limited to 256 colors, whereas 24-bit can have as many as 16-million colors. My observation is that transparency ...


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Whenever we choose to change a color to transparent with the Layer > Transparency> Color to alpha tool we will also introduce semi-transparency of colors different to the selected. Below this is shown for making white in the background transparent: In case this is not wanted we need to select only a single colored area for transparency. This can be done ...


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(This will only make a selected colour transparent) Go to "Colors" → "Color to Alpha" You can either click on "From" and select any color swatch you want to make transparent OR if you want to pick a precise color → use the Color Picker then drag and drop the selected color from the color picker to the "From" color swatch. Right clicking on the color ...


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I ran into this exact same issue a while ago, also while drawing a bunch of small icons. Turns out you can do some pretty neat stuff with the "Blend if… This Layer" slider in the Layer Style panel: Dragging the right slider all the way to the left basically tells Photoshop, "keep everything I draw black opaque, and make everything white transparent". ...


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Being Photoshop, there’s probably quite a few approaches to this problem, but only one I can think of that maintains full vector edited and scaling. There’s a few things going on here. Square is just a shape layer for the square. Nothing tricky there. The Blurry Circle group has a circle as a vector mask. The vector mask is set to subtract and also has ...


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First, I will answer the question about the envelope, as I think this is what you really want to know. Your logic is a little bit off here. If you want to retain transparency, ie. not use white lines for the envelope, you should instead create a rectangle, then on the same layer change the shape tool to 'line', then change the Path Operations to Subtract, ...


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Double clock your background layer in the hayer paler (to make it into a standard layer) Choose Selection->Color Range Click in the white area of the image Bring the fuzziness up around 90 Click OK Hit DELETE and there you go!


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Ctrl/Command+Click the green channel thumbnail in the Channels Panel Click the New Layer Mask button at the bottom of the Layers Panel Choose Image > Adjustments > Invert (Ctrl/Command + i) Save....


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3 ways to do this: Use Magic Erase Tool in Photoshop and adjust the Tolerance (Erase Range). Or Magic Wand Tool Or Go to Select option form the menu Click "Load Selection" Again go to Select option from the menu click "Color Range" Select your image's white area with the help of color picker Delete the selected area.


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I've accomplished my goal, however my solution does not involve Illustrator scripts. I simply use Photoshop actions and batch processing: Open a typical image in Photoshop and create a new action. While it's recording, choose the magic wand tool. Right click on the image and click "Color range". Select "Highlights" from the dropdown and set both sliders ...


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You should expand the small triangle on the appearance panel and adjust as usual - If it does not work - probably the problem it the way you created the shapes


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Uncomment the line pngExportOpts.matte = true; and change the value to false. The value of pngExportOpts.matte defaults to true, so you must set it explicitly in the script. [Note: I used the original Adobe script and modified it, but I didn't at a glance see any differences between it and your edited version.]


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There is Image > Trim and choose transparent pixels from the pop up. Sometimes that may leave pixels of a low opacity however. In those cases you can ... A) make a selection and choose Image > Crop B) Use Image > Canvas Size and set the size you want and where you want the cropping to occur. You'll get a warning that the new canvas is smaller then ...


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I think you're asking how to blur you current image and make it look good. As others have pointed out, the picture and logo you are trying to use aren't going to look at good as the examples you selected. It looks like those pictures were taken with a blurred focus for artistic affect, and you'll never be able to replicate that perfectly after the fact. ...



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