[scribus] Transparency in png export
nikita at nikisa.at
Thu May 16 17:04:34 UTC 2013
Am 16.05.2013 16:59, schrieb Gregory Pittman:
> On 05/16/2013 10:10 AM, Nikita Sagl wrote:
>> first of all I want to say thank you to all the developers of scribus!
>> And to all the supporters of this mailing list!
>> I was able to do the whole design work for my paedagogical game using
>> Who wants to see, can have a look at:
>> Then I want to enter with a question. For product photographs, I want to
>> use the logo I have designed via scribus.
>> I would like to have it just like a stamp, with a transparent
>> background, which I could use in gimp on a seperate layer. So in the
>> background you should still see the photograph. But anytime I export it
>> into a png file, it creates a white "base-layer".
>> Is there a way to do what I want.
>> I know I could create the whole logo in gimp, and how to do there, but
>> im much more into scribus, thats why I would prefer to do it in scribus.
> I think you're going to have to either do some post-processing in gimp
> of the logo, or maybe create the logo as a vector file, in inkscape, for
> Did you try exporting as SVG or EPS? Gimp should be able to handle either.
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SVG-Export did work the way I desired!
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