Two Easy Ways To Create Transparency
The most common method for making a background transparent back in Photoshop 6.0 is still available to you in Photoshop CS2, and that’s to go to the Layers palette and simply delete the Background layer. That’s it. This leaves only the layers that were above the Background layer (which already have background transparency). Now, there’s another easy way, and that’s to go to Photoshop’s Save for Web command, switch to the Eyedropper tool in the Save for Web’s Toolbox, and click on the background color you want to become transparent. Then, just below the Color Table on the bottom right of the dialog, click on the first icon, which creates transparency from your selected color.
I’m searching for hours how to select several colors (not just one) with the color table. When i select another the first color made transparent in the image gets back/reversed to the original color, and i don’t know the shortcuts to change several colors to transparent with the color table (photoshop cs4).
You CAN select several colors, just use the ultra super duper mega windows multi-select trick! That mean press&hold CTRL and click the ones you want to make transparent on the colour table!
You CAN select several colors, just use the ultra super duper mega windows multi-select trick! That means press&hold CTRL and click the ones you want to make transparent on the colour table!
sorry for my first message i by mistake corrected my MEAN to MEANS after i clicked submit comment and then i clicked submit again…..
F7 to bring layers monitor
if image was imported say from the net it probably has a padlock on it
rightclick where it says Background
Duplicate layer ok
Delete layer with padlock
Now use magic wand and click on color area you wish to remove and delete
go to layer/transparency add alpha channel
tools /selection tools/ fuzzy select / delete
or u /delete