mint-o-licious wrote:Beardedragon wrote:Try GIMP, here is an illustration:
Well... Thank you?
Getting transparent images is not my problem. It's displaying them as transparent overlays that is.
Beardedragon wrote:My thoughts along this line was to use Gimp not only to create the image, but, to work from the image within Gimp.
wyrdoak wrote:have you tried, "enable opacity,brightness and saturation" in your compiz settings manager, in the opacity tab add something like class=gthumb, or whatever the program you use as a viewer,set your level of opacity, then when you open your pic' in gthumb you get the transparency.
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