Wandered Inn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Dave Morse wrote:
> > 
> > I'm working with a lot of small grayscale images with transparency.  The
> > grey-on-grey checkerboard that gimp displays for "transparent" pixels
> > camoflauges the actual image pixels almost perfectly, making things hard
> > to work with.  Is there a preference somewhere to set the transparent-bg
> > to some tiled image?  If so I would go for all red, or something.
> Go into preferences->Display.  I see the options of:
> Transparency type: light checks, mid-tone checks, dark checks, white
> only, grey only, black only
> Check Size: small, medium, large
> Don't see an option for your 'red', but maybe one of the above will
> work.
> > 
> > I can create a new layer of 100% red, put it under the image, and delete
> > it when done, but alas, I've got so many images that the time for doing
> > that for each is prohibitive.
> > 
> > --Dave

Thank you kindly.
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