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Remove Transparent Pixels and Align to Shape

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Feb 28, 2023 Feb 28, 2023

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Hello everyone!

I have a shape that I need to have ALL transparent pixels removed from, so that when I embed into my eLearning course, the file is the size and shape of the gray shape.  Essentially there are six of these pieces that fit into a hexagon.  When I import the image as it stands, the corners of the pieces intersect, not allowing the user to click on just the shape.  If anyone has any suggestions on how to get rid of the transparent pixels and make the shape a shape, I would greatly appreciate it.  The file is attached. 

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Feb 28, 2023 Feb 28, 2023

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Hi @Lyndsie28641032hgj6  I checked your PNG file and it is indeed transparent except for the gray shape.

When you add this to your eLearning course, is the program identifying the entire image frame area and not just the gray shape?

Unfortunately this is not something Photoshop can resolve, you'll have to see what other options there are for creating clickable graphics in your eLearning application.

 

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