Bob Long <b...@oblong.com.au> wrote:
> zed wrote:
> > I am very new to The Gimp and, at the moment, floundering :-(
> > I want to have some CDs printed with the LinuxMINT logo but the person
> > printing the CDs for me wants the image modified to remove the 'hole' in
> > the centre.
> > I've copied part of the image in an ellipse to cover the 'hole' but am
> > left with the edge of the circle, and have no idea how to blend this
> > with the rest of the image.
> > Any tips would be very welcome but not "too" technical, please.
> A non-GIMP solution: look at using the Draw component of the
> OpenOffice.org software. By manipulating circle shapes you can make the
> outside of the image circular, and also hide the centre hole. Still use
> GIMP for manipulating the image itself, but it can remain square, say.
As is said, "There's more than one way to kill the cat" :-) I'll give ooO
Draw a go. Thank you.
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