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I have a banner that has a background image with several layers of text overlay.

When I put the banner in my application it centers and looks great...except the right side forms an extremely hard line where the image ends and the white background begins.

I installed the latest Feather download but I just do not see any visual change in the image. (I even flipped in the outline window between initial and post feather images quickly and there is no difference)

So my question is how to feather the left edge of the image so that it fades to white and does not have that hard edge to it. Point me to a tutorial is preferred so I can learn the steps for accomplishing this.

Thanks for help.

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please post a picture, explaining pictures in words dosn't help much :shock:

but, maybe you need a transparency grAdient or something, i'm not too sure as i don't completely understand what you mean..

someone could help you if you post a pic, in the mean time good luck with it.

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Feather only works when there are transparent pixels next to your hard edge. :-) Glad you got it figured out.

 

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