Transparent background error

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  1. Nick8888

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    Hi

    I have a logo and I can make the background of the logo itself transparent, with the export function. But I cannot get the rest of the canvas to be transparent, it goes either white, or the colour I choose in the logo....I want the logo to be surrounded transparent as well as inbetween the words...any tips?

    My file is also over the size limit for here, is there a way to reduce that...I am guessing getting the colour out of the canvas will do that. I attached as a gif for view at least.

    Thank you if you can help.....scratches head...ow!
     

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  2. KD-did

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    Is this what you need? The grey isn't there and white really isn't there when you enlarge...it is a default color
     
  3. cybrnetico

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    looks like a perfect match :D
     
  4. KD-did

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    I know it does but when he imports it the center is transparent.
     
  5. cybrnetico

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    ok let me think

    edit: and this is the element with black in the middle right?
     
  6. KD-did

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    the element's middle is indeed black.
     
  7. cybrnetico

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    how about this?

    is this how is suppose to look?? I could not match the font? :(
     
  8. KD-did

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    Nick referred to white in the design so my thought was he wanted the white around the text removed.
     
  9. Nick8888

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    Hi

    Thanks for all the help, I have found away around it

    I can save the transparent image as a transp PNG is it, and then go in to photoshop (which I have but can hardly use....thank god this software exists its brill) and then save it as a gif image and its perfectly transparent.

    Thank you

    Nick8888
     

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