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I can't seem to copy and paste one image into another without carrying over some white pixels. And yes, I am using the 'transparency' option when selecting the image.

I know I've managed to do the job cleanly in other instances, but I have no clue what I did differently. Halp?
 

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Ventruck said:
I can't seem to copy and paste one image into another without carrying over some white pixels. And yes, I am using the 'transparency' option when selecting the image.

I know I've managed to do the job cleanly in other instances, but I have no clue what I did differently. Halp?
use photoshop...
 

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Ventruck said:
Not happening on my laptop.
[ door opens ]

get a mac...
 

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MS Paint? I'll have to check my 1997 Book of World Facts to see if they mention a fix. :wink:

Use Photoshop.

Um, srlsy, I don't know jackshit about MS Paint.
 

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Ventruck said:
Why must you do this to me, Lounge?

[ insert DeezNutz reference here ]
 

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terry b said:
Because they lack both the Affiliative Motive and personal shame.

Get Adobe Photoshop Elements. Cheap, easy, and cheap.


Or The Gimp. Free, not so easy, and free. :D
 

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those pixels arent white. seriously. they must be just a shade off of what you have selected as the transparency "color." you are gonna have to zoom in and either erase eack pixel or re-color each pixel to match teh transp. color.
 
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