On 4/29/07, Bob Meetin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I inherited an image, a logo, in which I need to swap out one color,
> solid region, for another. Seems simple.
> I don't really want to be using .jpg or .png images unless I have to.
> So the question, what is causing the replacement to fail and is there a
> way to make or convet the .gif accept the color swap?
GIF is in 'indexed color' - that's why your color operations don't do
what you expect. Convert to RGB, perform operation(s), then re-save
as GIF (returning the image to indexed).
Personally I'd use PNG, as GIF has almost outlived its usefulness.
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