Use Filters/Colors/Color To Alpha
Select the background color. This will convert all the background to alpha,
and leave the dithered foreground.
Then use any of the color changing tools (see Colors/* and Filters/Colors/*) to
modify your value.
Finally, create a new layer behind the text with the background color.
--- Jim Clark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I do not fully (or even unfully) understand alpha layers, but I bet
> there's an answer in there somewhere for this.
> I have a white background with black text. I do not have the exact same
> font, but I want to change the text to blue. If I select by color and
> remove the white and paint with blue, it loses all the dithering and
> makes nice big splotchy letters. Can this be done so the leeters look
> as they did when black execpt blue?
> Jim Clark
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