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    Someone please help me with these graphics?

    will someone please re-color this to black.

    thanks you.
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    You're better off doing it yourself with the source image. As that gif is anti-aliased, simply recolouring non-transparent areas to black will result in a blocky curve. What image editor are you using?
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    Result for that image (without messing about with shades at pixel level to achieve smoothness):
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    hmmm....actually that is quite choppy. can you make it smoother?

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    No, but you can. If you tell me what image editor you're using I'll tell you how.

    As that gif is anti-aliased, simply recolouring non-transparent areas to black will result in a blocky curve
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    I do not have the original image, just the gif.

    I am changing a template in Nuke and I want the background black, so I need the rounded-corner images changed to black also.

    this is a test site >> http://www.ironmagazine.com/index.php

    as you can see I added the corners that you colored black, but they look a little choppy.

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    Yes indeed. Why no original?

    OK - here's what you need to do -

    Open the gif in your image editor of choice, bump it up to around 1000%, select exact match of the majority of the colour - fill with black. The resulting anti-aliasing (the stuff that stops it looking choppy - essentially well placed pixels fading to transparent) will not be perfect, it is meant for a different tone, but it will make the image look smoother.

    You can then (if you like) slightly darken the other tones one by one to get a better finish.
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