[Newbies] Coloring images with transparant parts
matthias.korn at uni-siegen.de
Sat Nov 22 00:15:21 UTC 2008
thanks for your hints. I also found ColorForm>>replaceColor:with: which
does what you describe. But it is unfortunately not what I was looking
for. I wasn't very clear in my original post:
I (now) have a gray-scale image which I want to colorize, that is I
want to change the hue of the image and not just replace a color with
another (or floodfill for that matter).
Hope you guys have some ideas. I tried searching with the Method Finder,
but my poor english didn't take me very far.
Thanks a lot.
Am Tue, 18 Nov 2008 15:08:27 +0100
schrieb Matthias Korn <matthias.korn at uni-siegen.de>:
> Hi all,
> I have a .png or .gif image (e.g. an ImageMorph) with transparent
> parts (e.g. a circle where the outer part is transparent). I now want
> to have this one image and color it programmatically with other
> colors (e.g. the circle appearing in slight red, green, blue ...).
> Is this possible to do with Squeak/Morphic? How?
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