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I have this image, a PNG file: enter image description here

Question: I want to change one of the logo's color to be more visible than the others. The color I want is australium gold rgb(231, 181, 59)

These "logo's" represent the 9 classes in Team Fortress 2.

I tried the manual stuff but its not practical, plus I can't reproduce the fading color at the edges:

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    You are trying to manipulate a raster image using vector graphic software. Why? – Juancho Jul 19 '18 at 12:55
  • Because Inkscape is the first software that popped in my mind. I should use gimp, right? @Juancho – Obay Abd-Algader Jul 19 '18 at 13:09
  • Not in Inkscape. PNG is a raster format. Inkscape is a vector image editor. It can't edit raster images. You need a raster image editor, like GIMP/Photsohop etc. – Billy Kerr Jul 19 '18 at 18:36
  • It /would/ work in Inkscape, though. There are filters available for replacing colors. The duochrome filter would be possible, for example (Filters > Color > Duochrome). Or the lightness/contrast filter, if the object is used as a mask. But honestly, Gimp is the better choice here :) – Moini Jul 22 '18 at 15:11
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Use gimp, select the area than chose Colors > Colorize, then chose the color you want:

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