>Heavens, there's no need to edit the gradient file manually.  You can
>easily use the colorselector the gradient editor supplies to set the RGB
>values independant of the alpha value, to make RGBA 1.0, 1.0, 1.0, 0.

This is embarrassing, I had actually not found that colour editor before.
Thank you. (Perhaps it shows the value of keeping data in plain text
files, for the clueless but determined user.)

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