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How to remove transparency easily with 2 shortcuts


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(if this belongs anywhere else please move it or something, i just felt it is correct here)

so, lets say your creating an image, but then the lines you used have transparent edges, to fix it easily, you can really just use ctrl+shift+d to copy it, then look over your transparent pixels as you keep holding it down, when its no longer transparent and everything is good, hold ctrl+m to merge the layers. you will eventually get 1, non transparent image! so yeah, hope i helped!

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Welcome to the forum Josh :D

Appreciate your effort here, but this doesn't constitute a tutorial.

I'm not really sure what you're trying to achieve by duplicating layers then merging them again. Is there a step missing?

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I'm not really sure what you're trying to achieve by duplicating layers then merging them again. Is there a step missing?

 

He's trying to increase the alpha value by using the composite of the two alpha values. Definitely the hard way of doing it.

 

Josh, use BoltBait's Transparency plugin.

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