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Emerich Gál
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Hungary
Current Residence: Hungary
Favourite genre of music: www.last.fm/user/z1mzuM
Operating System: Ubuntu 10.10 & Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: My Sony NW-405
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estebanarbilla Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
YOU'RE WELCOME :)
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LiiQa Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2010   Photographer

Thank You very much!

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ZyriZ Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2010
That is your real warlock: [link]
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k2aven Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2010
Hahah aww :D
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ISIK5 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
:icondbthx1::icondbthx2::icondbthx3: :iconrainbowsheep2: :iconthelaststars:
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Daedryon Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2009
Hey, in regards to your icon set, [link] , how would I go about changing the background color.

I noticed another user had asked the same question in the comments, but I figured I'd take the direct route.

I too want to make custom dock icons, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to change the background color.
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k2aven Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2009
Alright, I will try to give a detailed answer.

In the layer window, right click on the layer called Background -> Blending Options... In the blending options window select Gradient Overlay on the left side. Then on the right side you should see a gradient (a light blue - blue one on the master PSD file), click on it (important: not on the arrow, click on the gradient itself). There doubleclick on the 2 bottom endpoints of the gradient (the 2 little squares with the same blue colours - NOT the black squares on top), select 2 colours, and you're done.

I hope it's clear now :)

PS: Don't forget to :+fav: them if you use them!
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Daedryon Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2009
Thanks, it worked perfectly, except my font is still the same shade as the color (for example, it's red) and I'm trying this "hit delete" step everywhere and nothings working.

I can't get the text to go black.
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k2aven Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2009
It's written down in the readme file. The delete thing doesn't work, because you didn't select the text, I think. You can do that by Ctrl + clicking on the text layer (hold down Ctrl and click on the text layer's T icon), then select the Background layer, and press delete.
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Daedryon Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2009
Wait, do I have to double click the text, go to "Color Overlay" and set the color to black?

Right now, I have for my text, Inner Shadow on, as well as Bevel & Emboss.

It looks good, except the main part of the text is still red.

When I select Color Overlay, I can set the text color to pure black, except I don't know if that's the color you used for yours, or if you used a specific hex color code.

Any help would be muchly appreciated.
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