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Using transparent as a colour in CSS sculptor

Thread began 1/19/2010 8:20 pm by kristian.stott308372 | Last modified 1/20/2010 8:46 am by kristian.stott308372 | 1127 views | 5 replies

neilo

In Fireworks:

• New Document > Enter Sizes > Canvas color = Transparent > OK
• Choose your colour from the Tools > colors panel, and use the rectangle tool to cover the image area.
• In the Layers Panel (F2) select the layer, and reduce the opacity slider to however transparent you want it.
• 'Save As' or 'Export' the image as type 'Fireworks PNG'

In Photoshop:

• New > Enter Width Height > Background Contents = Transparent > OK
• Choose 'foreground colour' in the tools panel, and use the Paint bucket tool to fill the layer.
• In the Layers Panel (F7) select your layer and slide the Opacity slider down to what ever transparency you want.
• File > 'Save for Web or Devices' > select PNG-24 > Save

Hope that is what you meant!

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