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7.34.  Remove Alpha Channel

This command removes the Alpha channel of the active layer, keeping the Apha channels of the other layers.

If the active layer is the background layer and if you have not added an Alpha channel before (then the layer name is in bold letters in the Layer Dialog), the command is grayed out, inactive.

If the active layer is not the background layer, transparency is replaced with the background color of the Toolbox.

7.34.1.  Activate the Command

  • You can access to this command from the image menubar through LayerTransparencyRemove Alpha Channel, and from the local pop-up submenu you get by right-clicking the Layer Dialog.


 
 
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