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  • July 19th, 04:20 PM
    dave milbut

    Re: To Chris Cox about tranparency

    under goodies on the disk
  • July 19th, 04:07 PM
    George Austin

    Re: To Chris Cox about tranparency

    GARR,

    Filter Factory is overlooked by almost every user, perhaps because it is not automatically loaded. It is an optional plug-in on your PS disk.

    George
  • July 19th, 03:13 PM
    GARR

    Re: To Chris Cox about tranparency

    George,perhaps I,m stupid but what is Filter Factory ?
  • July 19th, 06:32 AM
    George Austin

    Re: To Chris Cox about tranparency

    GARR,

    Oh shoot! Typos plague me.

    Better make that capital "G" lower case "g". Won't work otherwise.

    George
  • July 19th, 04:37 AM
    George Austin

    Re: To Chris Cox about tranparency

    GARR

    Make the image a layer (not the backround).

    Invoke Filter Factoty

    Make the following entries in the R,G,B and A boxes:

    R box: r

    G box: r-g

    B box: r-b

    A box: r==G && r==b ? a==0: a

    George
  • July 19th, 01:08 AM
    GARR

    To Chris Cox about tranparency

    Chris,you know about transparency all!
    Pleas tell me,how i can delete (change to the transparent pixels) all black-gray-white (R=G=B).And how i can convert(R=n;G=n+k;B=n+l) to(R ;G=k;B=l).

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