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    Text Image Ghosting

    My client has a sig image that he insists on having on his site

    (www.davidhershyphotography.com)

    The image looks fine against a white background but when placed against a colored background the letters have white ghosting or jaggies.

    How can I eliminate this problem?

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    Here are some generic explanations

    Highlight the text and only the text.

    then inverse the selection, in photoshop you do this by (ctrl-shift-i)

    then delete whatever is in this new selection.

    OR

    Save the actual image with the background color desired, this way any semi-transparent layers will have that color set in them.

    Havik

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    1024x768, i think all is OK!
    which are "the letters" with white ghosting or jaggies? Russ?
    1234567890.

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    Wink

    Originally posted by argon
    1024x768, i think all is OK!
    which are "the letters" with white ghosting or jaggies? Russ?
    The Div with the logo (upper left corner) is overlayed by a semi transparent layer (higher z index). Therefore the jaggies are filled with the overlay color. It also shades the logo typeface.

    The desired effect would be for the logo to have the higher z index and remain black typeface.

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    Talking

    we have redone the background which seems to solve the problem.

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