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    I have a logo, the main one on http://syanet.virtualave.net, that I want to put on a #083060 background. Is that possible without losing the anti-alias effect since it was done on a white background?

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    If you have the original file for the program it was created in (e.g. a psd file for the logo) then it would be possible with no problem.. Otherwise, though, it would be fairly difficult.. You _could_ try taking the parts of it that are not touching white, copying it into a new image, and resizing it to maybe get a little of the antialiasing back, but I'm not completely sure that would work. Good luck!

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    Didn;t think so. It was a .gif made in PSP 6. I'll just try to recreate the image on the approperiate background.

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    the link is bad. All I get is a popup ad.


    I dont know what the image looks like but here is an idea.

    You could cut out the image from the white areas using something like extensis mask pro and paste it onto a new .psd and fill in the background. long and tedious but may be one of your possible solutions


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