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Changing image colour

Jan 24, 2011, 00:15
Post: #1
Changing image colour
Hi all,
I have created some math symbols/equations using black for the white webpage background,
I have re-worked the website and now have a grey background.
I am bogged in trying to change the image colour to suit.
A very simple task I am sure, but I have a simple mind Smile
Any help much appreciated.
Example below
Rog
http://rog.pynguins.com/content/item/squareroots
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Jan 24, 2011, 01:18
Post: #2
RE: Changing image colour
Thanks for the reply, I'll try your suggestion, they did appear usable on a white page, but then I may have not used the best method creating them.
The first equation, equation10.png, did not appear at all when I inverted the colour, could have botched it.
I will try again in the morning.
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Jan 24, 2011, 13:04
Post: #3
RE: Changing image colour
(Jan 24, 2011 01:01)ofnuts Wrote:  Since you have black on transparent (transparent saves your day here...) and you want whiteish, use a plain Colors/Invert colors. This works very fairly well on that one:

The equations before it are beyond repair, but they may just be failed attempts?

All images converted (inverted), the original one did not show due to incorrect syntax.
Now to review the site in various browsers.
Thanks.
Rog
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