image->alpha->add alpha channel
Before you remove the edges.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I want to erase the edges of a GIF or PNG to make it look as though it has
> been torn out of a magazine. I can erase to a white background around the
> edges but can't figure out how to make that transparent. The reason that
> the 'background' must be transparent is that the graphic is to be placed
> over another graphic but I can't get rid of that straight-edged white
> square formed by the white 'background'.
> On another matter, has anyone ever discussed the possibility of a
> searchable archive? It would save the bandwidth being cluttered up by
> obvious newbie questions like mine. I went to the thread and sequential
> views and tried searching for 'transparen' but got fed up after opening
> three or four months' archives. Anyone with FrameMaker would be aware of
> the searchable list archive at <http://www.frameusers.com/>, if anyone
> wants to look at examples.
> [Windows 2000, GIMP v 1.2.1 (Kimball & Mattis; Lillqvist port)]
> Hedley Finger
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Until later: Geoffrey [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I didn't have to buy my radio from a specific company to listen
to FM, why doesn't that apply to the Internet (anymore...)?
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