What I typically do is, using the Ellipse Selection Tool, I make a selection of whatever size I need the circle to be and fill it with a color. From there, I make a smaller selection within the first circle and clear it (Delete key or Edit > Clear). Also, make sure that anti aliasing is checked
Hi. Can someone tell me how to get rid of a text box. I have successfully put my text in the text box, but now I have a dotted yellow line outlining the text box and do not know how to get rid of it. Thanks. *From--* A. Peter Troedson, M.D. Email at aptr...@gmail.com "In Him we live and move
This doesn't answer the question of integrating GIMP with your browser but something to consider is this: If you are on a WIN platform, the snipping tool image can be saved as a JPG or a PNG. PNG will give you a noticeably better image than JPG, especially with type. Take a look at something
>it looks like your original image has transparent elements. Try >filling >a selection the size of the original image with white and place it >below >the image. Then fill the entire background with your teal color, >placing >that layer on bottom. Why so many copies of the background layer? Do you
I have tried to add this simple 'play button" to a simple rectangle, but the ply button circle is not smooth-edged, can you help me smooth it, or suggest a solution, or provide me with another image, that I can use? See attached... Attachments: *
I frequently work with scanned or photographed handwritten documents and have found and written tools for GIMP that make them more readable. This works for files, but I also often read documents online. I would like to apply the same tools to images in my browser but I am not sure where to start.
There are many free tutorials that will show you how to use GIMP to make graphic buttons. Try searching 'gimp buttons' or something. >Original Message-->From: for...@gimpusers.com >Date: 12/09/2016 20:39 >To: >Cc: >Subj: [Gimp-user] Help with jagged edges > >I have tried to add this
Without seeing the actual gimp file, I am making certain assumptions. It looks like each copy of the background layer is identical. If that is the case then multiple copies does not add anything to the final product (not 100% accurate as you can play with how one layer interacts with the one