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comment How to get smooth transitions between colors while keeping sharp edges?
I don't know where you get the source images from but if you have a way to produce a waveform with the color distribution you want but without any white area left (maxed out everywhere), you could blur that and put the white from the image you have now as a layer on top. That way you wouldn't dilute any colors with white as you do now.
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comment How do I remove the alpha channel from the air spray filter in Inkscape?
@Moss Yes, it needs to be pretty exact ... and also, I'm all thumbs with a mouse.
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comment How do I remove the alpha channel from the air spray filter in Inkscape?
@Moss But how would I make that follow an exact path?
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comment How to colorize a layer with semi transparent borders to a specific color in GIMP?
@esauvisky Maybe you should post the icon you actually want to manipulate then. As you can see, for the example you had it worked pretty much perfectly.
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comment How to fade two images together in Gimp
@iis Can't you blend all at once?
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comment How to fade two images together in Gimp
@iis The principle should be the same, though. You might want to go step by step through my description with only two layers to try it out. Tell me where I wasn't clear enough and you get lost. After you did it once with two layers I'm pretty sure you can do it yourself with more layers. And learning about layer masks in the process is never a bad thing because they are very powerful, even though the implementation in gimp is unnecessarily cumbersome unfortunately. Good luck and let me know if you get stuck.
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comment How can I fix screenshots with subpixel rendering?
The blurring is actually what makes the desaturated edges look more natural so while I agree that there might be cases where you want to preserve the pixely look by using nearest neighbour, it's not what I found to work best in print here in terms of readability. Could you elaborate on the colour replacement though? There are lots of colours and how do I know what I have to replace them by to look good? I'm not a pixel artist :/
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answered How to colorize a layer with semi transparent borders to a specific color in GIMP?
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answered How to fade two images together in Gimp
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accepted How do I select an object that's below another object in Inkscape?
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answered How do I remove the alpha channel from the air spray filter in Inkscape?
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comment How do I select an object that's below another object in Inkscape?
Good point, I also use the region selection of course but I didn't think of mentioning it. It's impractical with complex arrangements though. I didn't even know the Tab thing, thanks a lot! It doesn't help with selecting more than one object though, to group them in the first place, or does it?