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    FK's Woman Chess Grand Master Seldudet's Avatar
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    Transparency in Adobe

    Anybody know how i make certain colors in adobe transparent, so when i have my logo, i can make the white bg transparent.
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    Adobe what? Photoshop? Use the opacity slider which is next to the layer menu (bottom left)

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    yeh photoshop,

    .......that just plays with the opacity tho, i wanna make just like the colour white, transparent. any ideas?
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    you can use the background eraser tool and click it on a white area...

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    where is the background eraser tool?
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    Hold the left mouse button down on the eraser tool... it pops up

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    naw still takes it as a massive big chunk into flash, so i have this weird see thru bg, any other way i can do it?
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