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Can I apply more then 1 transparency to one object and how?

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jakubsisak posted on Thu, Feb 9 2012 11:59

I have a background image with Linear transparency applied on the top of my image. I would like to replicate the same transparency on the bottom of the image.  How can I do this?

Thanks

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jakubsisak:
I have a background image with Linear transparency applied on the top of my image. I would like to replicate the same transparency on the bottom of the image.  How can I do this?

use a custom linear transparency like you would a fill. Here is one applied to a black rectangle. Transparent on top and bottom.

CDR file also attached.

Mike

Current System: i3 3.07ghz, 3gb ram, Windows 7 32 bit with all updates and X6

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Hello jakugbisisak; I ques you could cut the background in half apply the transparency the way you like, duplicate it mirror it and put them together.

My Thoughts George

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Top 25 Contributor
Grand Haven, Michigan
Male

jakubsisak:
I have a background image with Linear transparency applied on the top of my image. I would like to replicate the same transparency on the bottom of the image.  How can I do this?

use a custom linear transparency like you would a fill. Here is one applied to a black rectangle. Transparent on top and bottom.

CDR file also attached.

Mike

Current System: i3 3.07ghz, 3gb ram, Windows 7 32 bit with all updates and X6

perfect. thanks

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