Dave,

Use Filters/Colors/ColorToAlpha...

Select the background color with the color dropper, and then drag/drop it from
the toolbar into the ColorToAlpha.. indicator.

Then create a new background layer colored maroon, merge visible layers, and
tada :)

Happy GIMPing,

Seth

--- David Harnsberger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm not much of a graphics guru and I was wondering if somebody could help
> me figure out how to exchange a color in gimp.  The scenario I have is I
> have an image that is just a word written in white on a blue
> background.  The trouble is that it's anti-aliased, so I can't just take
> all the blue and make it marroon, or at least I don't know how.  I want to
> preserve the anti-alias, but I need the different shades of blue to be
> different shades of marroon. help?
> thanks a bunch,
> Dave
> 
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