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July 2nd, 2007, 08:38 PM
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I cannot get the settings right in PS for it to be see thru, even with it being over something. I have already read all the FAQ's on it, but I still cannot for the life of me get it right. I even have the Eye Candy, and still...cant figure out the right settings.


Can anyone share the settings that you use for Eye candy?? Or whatever it is that you use? Pretty please??
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July 2nd, 2007, 10:23 PM
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I haven't done it in ages but from what I remember, I think the important thing was to change the layer mode to multiply, which makes the text transparent. If you want it colourless as well, you reduce the fill opacity (on the blending options dialogue) to 0% and add a 1px black stroke to make it stand out. I hope that answers your question!
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July 2nd, 2007, 10:39 PM
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I haven't done it in ages but from what I remember, I think the important thing was to change the layer mode to multiply, which makes the text transparent. If you want it colourless as well, you reduce the fill opacity (on the blending options dialogue) to 0% and add a 1px black stroke to make it stand out. I hope that answers your question![/b]

Thanks Anna! I was just coming to post that I had figured it out. I wasnt changing the right layer mode to multiply. Thank you for your help though!! I appreciate it!
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