On 09/13/2012 11:53 PM, FortKnox wrote:
> So I have an odd issue.  What I am trying to do is to add the logo of the gym 
> that turned my life around to my Gmail signature, and make the logo a link to 
> their site.  I'm fairly experienced with digital graphic art concepts, I've 
> been a GIMP'er for years, yet this one has me stumped.  So if you go to 
> http://www.accelerationsport.com/ you'll see their logo in between "Home" and 
> "Weekly schedule."  It's a black image with white lettering and a white stick 
> figure.  This one, although this displays as entirely white: 
> http://www.accelerationsport.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/ASI_Logo-Reverse-White2-2.png
>   Yet when I right-click on it and choose Copy image, then go to my Gmail 
> settings and paste it into my signature, nothing shows up.  "Uh?"  So I 
> opened GIMP and chose to Paste from clipboard.  "Oh, now it shows up!"  So I 
> chose Select all, hit copy, and tried again to paste it into my Gmail 
> signature.  Yet again, nothing.  So on a whim, I inverted the colors, copied, 
> and tri
>   to paste again.  Still nothing.

The logo is a transparent PNG with the image content in white.  If
you save the PNG, open it in the GIMP and add a new black layer,
move the black layer to the bottom, and save the image, you should
have one that works.



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