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I need to take the white background out of our logo but I don't want to take the white out of the globe...How would I do this? Here is the logo: http://www.destinykc.org/logo.htm Thanks for any help you can give! Derek Kirkman...

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    I need to take the white background out of our logo but I don't want to take
    the white out of the globe...How would I do this?

    Here is the logo:

    http://www.destinykc.org/logo.htm


    Thanks for any help you can give!

    Derek Kirkman


    Derek Guest

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    In article <bv69qn$498$macromedia.com>,
    "Derek Kirkman" <com> wrote:
     

    Since the globe fades into the backgound, you'll have to match the
    background to your page color as best you can. Change the canvas color
    and re-export the image. There's no transparency with JPEG, anyway.

    If it were a GIF without the fade, you'd select Alpha Transparency in
    the Optimize panel and set the Matte color to match your page background.

    --
    Lanny Chambers, St. Louis, USA
    http://www.hummingbirds.net/
    Lanny Guest

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    I thought there was a way to select certain areas...etc... I want all of the
    white to stay in the globe all the way to the end of the image...isn't there
    a way to select the globe..then select inverse or something like that?


    "Lanny Chambers" <net> wrote in message
    news:macromedia.com... [/ref]
    take 
    >
    > Since the globe fades into the backgound, you'll have to match the
    > background to your page color as best you can. Change the canvas color
    > and re-export the image. There's no transparency with JPEG, anyway.
    >
    > If it were a GIF without the fade, you'd select Alpha Transparency in
    > the Optimize panel and set the Matte color to match your page background.
    >
    > --
    > Lanny Chambers, St. Louis, USA
    > http://www.hummingbirds.net/[/ref]


    Derek Guest

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    Yes, you could do that.

    Select the globe with the Oval Marquee Tool. Then do a Select > Inverse from
    the Select menu.
    Kinda depends on what you are after. But you can select and modify what you
    select all day long.

    alex

    "Derek Kirkman" <com> wrote in message
    news:bv6djd$8t8$macromedia.com...
    | I thought there was a way to select certain areas...etc... I want all of
    the
    | white to stay in the globe all the way to the end of the image...isn't
    there
    | a way to select the globe..then select inverse or something like that?
    |
    |
    | "Lanny Chambers" <net> wrote in message
    | news:macromedia.com...
    | > In article <bv69qn$498$macromedia.com>,
    | > "Derek Kirkman" <com> wrote:
    | >
    | > > I need to take the white background out of our logo but I don't want
    to
    | take
    | > > the white out of the globe...How would I do this?
    | > >
    | > > Here is the logo:
    | > >
    | > > http://www.destinykc.org/logo.htm
    | >
    | > Since the globe fades into the backgound, you'll have to match the
    | > background to your page color as best you can. Change the canvas color
    | > and re-export the image. There's no transparency with JPEG, anyway.
    | >
    | > If it were a GIF without the fade, you'd select Alpha Transparency in
    | > the Optimize panel and set the Matte color to match your page
    background.
    | >
    | > --
    | > Lanny Chambers, St. Louis, USA
    | > http://www.hummingbirds.net/
    |
    |


    Alex Guest

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