I have a series of images, and I want them to all look like as if I am viewing them through coloured glasses. They are all different colours, and I want them all to look a particular shade of green. Maybe something to do with opacity?
That does work brilliantly. However, when I applied it to my images (which are little icons with transparent backgrounds over a white background — view it here) I see a green background around them.
I guess I realise now that I just want the images themselves to move towards a shade of green. Your code works great for completely square/rectangle images. So maybe something for an image program like The Gimp instead?
Also for my education, what is the difference between these two lines?
thank you for your solution!
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