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    #1 (permalink) In Photoshop, how can I make transparent background a solid color?

    I don't like the checkered background. It camouflages some of my drawing. How can I make it solid?

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    Add a background layer with solid fill of your desire.

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    Add those color which are not effect the seeing quality of you

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    Within Photoshop:
    Edit->Preferences->Transparency & Gamut

    Here you set the colours used for the transparent background. If you want a solid colour choose "Grid Colours : Custom" and then set both colours to the same colour.

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    I'd have to see the image to help you but usually you can just select the background with the magic wand tool and go to edit > fill > - then select whether you want the foreground color or background color as your fill color and hit okay. That will fill your selected area with the color that you have chosen.
    Last edited by oracleguy; 11-03-2010 at 04:55 AM. Reason: signature rule violation


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