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    I have an image that i want to fade its transparency. the only problem is when you set the opacity in the blending options, it sets it for the whole image. so how can i make an image fade its transparency downward?

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    i would try making several layers of the same image and blending them it should work although it isn't the most elegant solution with regard to file size or ease of doing so..

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    ok im not sure what you actually want but when i understand im sure i can help

    you cant fade transparent

    if you mean fade to transparent well thats different

    post a pick and explain what you want it to do in logical steps

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    http://www.photo-chop.com/main.html

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