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Old 05-24-2011, 07:05 PM   #1
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Exclamation Answered: How can you add a border to your text?

Hello!
Just a little question, I was wondering how to make a "border" around your text. I tried adding an exact copy of the text underneath, but it doesn't line up properly.
Any suggestions?
P.S, I don't mean adding gaussian blur behind it; i know how to do that.
Thanks,
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Best Answer - Posted by starbucksfun
On gimp?
If so you can right click the text layer, on the layers channels and make it alpha to selection
make a new transparent layer, move it below it
edit>stroke selection

OR
You can do the alpha to selection, and new transparent layer below it.
select>grow
Choose a number, ex 1 2 3...
Fill in with color on the transparent layer
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Old 05-24-2011, 07:09 PM   #2
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Default Re: How can you add a border to your text?

On gimp?
If so you can right click the text layer, on the layers channels and make it alpha to selection
make a new transparent layer, move it below it
edit>stroke selection

OR
You can do the alpha to selection, and new transparent layer below it.
select>grow
Choose a number, ex 1 2 3...
Fill in with color on the transparent layer
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Old 05-24-2011, 07:09 PM   #3
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Default Re: How can you add a border to your text?

Here's a link that should help:
How to add a border to your text (Gimp IS as good as photosh - Gimptalk - Premier Gimp Community
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