On 2/17/2011 1:12 PM, mikepain...@safe-mail.net wrote:
> Dear experts,
> How can I make 1 image out of 2 images?
> I have made
> - 1 image with a black line on white background saved as xcf
> - 1 image with a black letter "A" on white background saved as xcf
> Both images are rectangulars.
> I scaled the height of both images to the same value.
> Output should be 1 image
> - with white background
> - one rectangular consisting of the old 2 rectangulars
> - area is the sum of the area of the 2 old rectangulars
> - on left side the "line" image
> - on right side the "A" image
> - new image can be saved as xcf
> Please give me the answer in a simply consecutive row of commands like:
> GIMP> file> open file: image with line> right click on image> image>
> scale image> ...
> GIMP> file> open file: image with letter> ...
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GIMP> file> open file: image with line> Image menu> Canvas Size> Duplicate
the width and leave the height (You can unlock them by the chain icon on the
right)> make sure that the image is on the left of the new canvas in the
preview, then click Resize> File> Open as Layers: image with A> move it to
the right by move tool> flatten, remove alpha channel, as you wish (In layers
dialog, right-click on the layer)> save as...
not at all expert
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