Re: Put a quotation on my desktop
"milt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Thanks for a good and speedy response! I'm half way there. I edited the
> to have a transparent background in Adobe Photoshop Elements 6, saved the
> file to my desktop (and subsequently to my Documents folder on C) and
> uploaded to be my screensaver via the Control Panel/Appearance and
> Personalization/Change Desktop Background in Vista Ultimate. I get a black
> background for the screensaver with my quote in a white box. I want to
> the quote with a transparent background over the standard HP Dragon
> wallpaper. How do I do that? When I uploaded via the Control Panel I lost
> transparent background I created with Adobe Photoshop Elements 6. It
> white. Even when I saved the Photoshop file as a .jpeg the same thing
> happened. I cannot find an option to create the wallpaper directly from
> Photoshop Elements 6. Thanks.
Okay, I reread you message, and putting this screensaver complication to the
side, I think you may be having problems due to you not flattening your
layers, before making the wallpaper image file. This should have been done
automatically though, if you were saving a .bmp or .jpg, and if Photoshop
Elements does this in the same way as Photoshop, which is what I am used to.
Remember to rasterize your text, and flatten you layers.