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    How do i make an image transparent? Please help me...

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    I'm not shure what you mean then..
    if you need a native transparent image to import in swish, you have to convert your picture or in .gif or in .png, setting in saving process the tranparence details (pick a color or selecting a mask..).
    If you want transform an image inside Swish and make it transparent you have to manage the "alpha" settings: for instance if you draw a shape or if you import an image and you add an effect (place for example) Swish opens a settings window were you can change some parameters.. "alpha" allows to change the transparence of the object selected..
    Hope it help..
    Selecom

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    If you mean a partial transparency such as a gif or png

    It must be imported as a gif or a png with a transparent value.

    This is usually done in image editors such as psp or photoshop but there are plenty of image editors which can perform the same function.

    If you mean a alpha value of an image where by the whole image is see thru this can be done with any file format.
    either by fade in or any one of the effects once customized.
    http://oaklanddesign.com/fk/148.swf
    http://oaklanddesign.com/fk/148.swi
    mouse over the rectangle to start the fade the elipse to return to the beginning.

    Frets


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    Originally posted by BigJohnsta
    How do i make an image transparent? Please help me...
    Hi,
    You can also do it in Swish like this: Import a image then go choose properties in the shape menu, click transparency,choose the colour you want transparent set the tolerance value and click OK, Voila your image has a transparent background.

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