On Wed, 26 Jul 2000, Jon Winters wrote:
> When using Adobe ImageReady there is a checkbox for transparency in the
> optimize tab. Next to that there is a dropdown menu labeled "matte" You
> can select from a variety of things like foreground color, background
> color, white, black, Netscape grey, 50% grey, etc.
> Now this is where it gets cool. When you save an image with transparency
> it adds the "Matte" color into the anti-alias so things blend smoothly.
Use plug-in-semiflatten to flatten only pixels that aren't completely
transparent against the current background color.
I don't think this is exposed in the menus (at least I have never
found it in 1.0) so I have a small script-fu to add this (see below).
; Flattent pixels that aren't completely transparent against the background
(define (script-fu-semiflatten img drawable)
(plug-in-semiflatten 1 img drawable)
"Flatten pixels that aren't completely transparent against the
"Dave Bonnell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>"
"RGB RGBA GRAY GRAYA"
SF-IMAGE "Image" 0
SF-DRAWABLE "Drawable" 0