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  1. Okay, that looks like it could work. I may try my hand at condensing the process sometime, but for now, I think I'll go with your method.
  2. That would destroy all of the anti-aliasing on the edges. The idea is to essentially be able to fill a layer either behind or in front of a layer with opacity levels anywhere between 1% and 99% and then be able to run a plugin that matches the opacities of the aforementioned layer. While your method may work for what I'm doing specifically (as I'm using a pure white background that I can invert), I've been thinking about asking for this for half a year now, and as I stated at the beginning of this post, your method would obliterate the anti-aliasing that I usually try to keep for smoothness's
  3. I was working on some promo art today, and I suddenly decided that I wanted it to be two-toned instead of just boring white. Unfortunately, that meant that I had to match up every opacity level that existed on the one side I wanted to change. There's got to be some kind of way to automate the process of matching the opacity of a pixel on one layer to the opacity of the pixel on the layer above or below it. I have no talent with coding, so I submit this plea. If it already exists, please lead me to it. If it doesn't, could it be done, and will someone do it?
  4. I'm having the same issue. It appears that there's something in the version 3.5.8 that doesn't like saving to agif. apng works fine, though.
  5. Basically, I want to go from this: To this: but with less distortion in the middle.
  6. Still not what I'm looking for. All that does is crop the image.
  7. Not quite the result I'm looking for. While it does make a circle, It does so by wrapping the left and right edges around a central point. What I want is a way to stretch or squeeze the image into a circle.
  8. I was wondering, is there a way to take a rectangular object and constrain it to a circle? Two restrictions: No using Shape3D No using the circle selector. I'm not asking about cropping an image. I want to distort it so that it is a circle.
  9. @aguba My mind is officially blown by your desktop. Amazing work! It's a basic spacescape, varies little from the tutorial, but I felt it was worth posting. I have a few more, but I have to find them again. I'll be sure to post them when I do.
  10. Well, here's what I came up with, using a few modifications of my own.
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