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Help with canvas fitting layer

Apr 13, 2011, 18:10
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Help with canvas fitting layer
Hey guys I have a quick question. I am trying to create an oval image for a button on a webpage. I make the canvas size about 90x40 and then select the ellipse tool and fill the canvas with it. I then bucket fill the circle/oval with a green color. How do I knock the rest of the white corners out of the image? I only want to green oval to be the final jpg. Thank you in advance.
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Apr 13, 2011, 19:07
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RE: Help with canvas fitting layer
After you fill in the green color, go to Colors -> Color to Alpha... The default color is white and should work okay. In the preview window the white corners should now be the transparent checkerboard pattern. Click on OK and the white corners should be gone.

Now the key part. You can't save the image as a jpg. The jpeg format doesn't support transparency. You'll need to save it as either a gif or png to preserve the transparent corners.

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