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  1. Hello, I am trying to make a foreground image fade into the background. To do this I tried 3 approaches: Use the Vignette tool. This gave a good fade of the foreground image edges, but against a black, not transparent, background. Use a 'fade edges' plug-in. This also gave a good foreground image, but the the fading occurred in straight lines, not a circle, around the foreground. Use a gradient tool. This allowed a circular fading, but suffered from the fact that the gradient started at the centre of the foreground and continued linearly across it. I would have preferred a large area in the middle of the foreground to not be faded at all, with fading starting a little way from the centre. What would be ideal is for one of the following refinements: The existing vignette tool allows the background to be any chosen colour - including transparent - instead of just black. The fade edges plugin allows a circular 'edge' instead of top, left, right or bottom straight edges. the gradient tool has a starting radius added which determines how far out from the centre of the image that the fading begins. If any of these options already exist, I couldn't find them. If they don't, what do people think about adding one or more of the above suggestions? Thanks, Dave