On 2/23/07, Sudheer Satyanarayana <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> Our business logo was designed by a professional. At this point of time,
> the person who created the logo is not available to edit the image.
> I have posted the images at the following link:
> http://binaryvibes.in/test/test.php
> The image has white patches around the circumference and around the
> alphabets BINARY. When I reduce the image to lesser size, 100x144 it
> looks very awkward.  I have been trying to remove those white patches
> for two days. I haven't been successful.
> Can anybody tell me how to remove those white patches and make the image
> neat?
> I'm novice in Graphics editing. GIMP is the only graphics editing
> software I have on my Linux computer.
> With Warm Regards,
> Sudheer

You could try selecting only the purple area, invert the selection,
and then clear all.
Or zoom in real tight, and erase those offending pixels.

Anthony Ettinger
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