On Thursday 18 August 2005 17:17, michael chang wrote:

> When/if you flatten the image, transparency turns into the background
> colour.  You can also maintain a background layer (with your
> background colour) under the image...

i just tried the channel to selection thing, seems to work too, go to 
dialogues/channels, select the colour you want to delete (well you've 
only got the three ranges but still..:)) and click channel to selection, 
it'll select all the colours in that range, then go to edit and cut. have 
no idea if that is what you meant but i thought it was neat :)

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