Commit 544148d2 authored by Pat David's avatar Pat David

Fix minor formatting problems on Ofnuts tutorials

Fix the heading formatting for ImageFormats (XCF)
Fix paragraph and list items for CircleImage
parent a866cd69
Title: Making a Circle-Shaped Image
Title: Circle Images
Date: 2016-09
Modified: 2016-09-04T20:54:21-05:00
Author: Ofnuts
Template: page_author
Summary: How to create a circular-shaped image.
Making a circle-shaped image
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......@@ -29,11 +30,11 @@ In light of this:
* If the selection isn't perfect on the first try, you can move it (click around the middle) or extend it (click inside, near a border or a corner).
* Once you have the required selection, invert the selection (*Select → Invert*, or Ctrl-I) so that everything is selected, except your circle
* Erase the selection (*Edit → Clear* or [Delete] key). You should have your central circle left, surrounded by a checkerboard pattern
* Once you have the required selection, invert the selection (*Select → Invert*, or Ctrl-I) so that everything is selected, except your circle.
* Erase the selection (*Edit → Clear* or [Delete] key). You should have your central circle left, surrounded by a checkerboard pattern.
(this checkerboard is not part of the image, it just indicates the transparent parts of the image).
* You can reduce the checkerboard to the minimum by auto-cropping the image (*Image → Autocrop image*)
* Last, save the image in a format that supports transparency, like PNG (JPEG doesn't support transparent images...)
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......@@ -3,9 +3,12 @@ Date: 2016-09
Modified: 2016-09-04T21:58:31-05:00
Author: Ofnuts
Template: page_author
Summary: Selecting the best image format for your purposes.
## Pros and cons of various images formats from a GIMP perspective
<br>
### XCF
#### Pros
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