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  1. Alpha-threshold (allows smooth or abrupt manipulation of transparency) This plug-in is for adjusting the transparency (Alpha) of a layer which already has a range of alpha values. For instance a blurred object, intended to be used as a shadow layer. The controls are pretty self explanatory. The 'preserve ratio' check box will create a smooth transition of alpha values between the 'lo' and 'hi' thresholds. The colour gradient option is only there to see what's going on - not always easy when a nearly transparent layer is stacked amongst many other partially transparent layers. I've put it under Effects/Transparency as this seems the logical place to look for it, although technically it could be considered an adjustment. I haven’t added this to my plug-in pack yet, so if anything needs changing, let me know! The screen-shots will explain better. In my v10 plugin pack here: Red ochre v10 plugin pack Enjoy!
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