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OK, well, since apparently I am a newbie no matter what unless I regester, no matter who I help, you have to break it down for me. I need detailed instructions, please. Thank you.

Bunny

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Originally posted by PinkFluffyBunny:
**OK, well, since apparently I am a newbie no matter what unless I regester, no matter who I help, you have to break it down for me. I need detailed instructions, please. Thank you.

Bunny

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Here is one way of doing it, but it is on the condition that you stop trying to guilt trip us...I can only speak for myself, but for me it's getting pretty old.

Now on to the fun. 🙂

In Photoshop 7 (may be different in earlier versions)

1. Select 'Open' from the file menu.
2. In the window that pops up navigate to the file you wish to edit - highlight it - press the open button (or return key)
3. Click on the button for the zoom tool or press 'z'
4. With the zoom tool selected click within the image until you are clearly able to see the different pixels.
5. Now choose the Magic Wand tool (press 'w')
6. At the top of the screen you will see an input box that says "Tolerance" set that to 1.
7. Click in the white background of the image - doing so will select everything that is white.
8. Fill the selected area w/ a random color (using the paint bucket tool - press 'g')
9. Look at the image. You should see a lot of pixels that are slightly off white around your image.
10. Select the pencil tool (press 'b')
11. Click the select foreground color button and choose white (all RGB numbers = 255, CMYK = 0)
12. With the pencil tool, click on every single pixel around the edge of your image that is off white.
13. When you are done coloring - switch back to the paint bucket and click on the crazy color you changed the previously white background to.
14. Save the image.

This is an exceedingly painful way of doing it, but it should work.

Have a blast.

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I tried it, but it doesn't work. I think it might be that I am using Adobe PS 4. It's old, as the people in #coldstone tell me. Is there any way that will work in ps4?

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Have you ever noticed how people say something is smart only when it acts like something else?
People say cats are smart when they act like dogs, or when they act like humans. Can't things be smart in their OWN way?
My game's (url="http://"http://glued2seatp.tripod.com/")site(/url)

I'm sure it's possible in 4 - it's pretty basic stuff. But I can't help you with the step by step in 4. Good luck.

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Sanko, thank you! And thanks to those on #coldstone. They suggested graphic converter, and I tried your method in that. The white fuzzies are gone! Yay! Thank you!

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Have you ever noticed how people say something is smart only when it acts like something else?
People say cats are smart when they act like dogs, or when they act like humans. Can't things be smart in their OWN way?
My game's (url="http://"http://glued2seatp.tripod.com/")site(/url)

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