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Hi y'all,

I am new to this (or any) graphic program. I read through the help, but I am looking for some basic walk through tutorials. I need to edit some basic images for web sites:

- Make logo background transparent

- Create /edite buttons from a template

...

How do I get a color to stay on the pallet so I can use it in different files? (do I need to put in the RGB each time I use it?

Stuff like that. Any suggestions?

Roy

Roy@strunin.com

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Hi y'all,

I am new to this (or any) graphic program. I read through the help, but I am looking for some basic walk through tutorials. I need to edit some basic images for web sites:

- Make logo background transparent

- Create /edite buttons from a template

...

How do I get a color to stay on the pallet so I can use it in different files? (do I need to put in the RGB each time I use it?

Stuff like that. Any suggestions?

Roy

Roy@strunin.com

3.0 has a pallette that saves colors.

The way I thought about doing this in 2.72, though, is create a new layer for your pallette and put your swatches of color on there--squares, circles, whatever. Then just make it invisible most of the time until you need it.

I haven't tried this, it was just something that occurred to me after I saw the feature in 3.0.

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create a new layer for your pallette and put your swatches of color on there--squares, circles, whatever. Then just make it invisible most of the time until you need it.
Thats a good idea. You could also use BoltBaits grid maker and make it even easier. This almost seems easier than using the palette option in 3.0, cuz this way the palette is saved with the image...

 

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