[scribus] Transparent background for graphic
eyelagui at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 18:17:30 CEST 2010
This will make anything white go transparent, and you don't want that on
an object with white parts so you have to repaint or put something white
behind the image.
(or any other color)
Using Gimp, is best to select the background, invert selection, cut the
object and paste it on a new image without background, or as a new layer
on the same image, then erase the background/bottom layer.
El 02/06/2010 10:25 a.m., John Culleton escribió:
> On Wednesday 02 June 20
> If you have an image with a white background already then edit it
> in Gimp to remove the background. In Gimp you select the white
> color with the color picker and then go to colors->convert to alpha.
> I find it easier to run Gimp outside of Scribus but your mileage
> may vary.
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