Figure on transparent background: Change the color?

by Markus » Tue, 10 Nov 2009 02:05:58 GMT


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 Hello everybody

At the moment I've got an ImageView containing a PNG. This PNG has a
colored object with a transparent background. That works well.

However, now I'd like to be able to set the color of the object, but
STILL have a transparent background.

In case this is unclear, I've illustrated my problem:
 http://talionis.net/metter/android/questions/transparencyquestion.jpg 


Could anyone tell how to accomplish that? A nudge in the right
direction would do :)


Thank you in advance.

Cheers, Markus

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-- 
Mark Murphy (a Commons Guy)
http://commonsware.com
_The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development_ Version 2.0 Available!



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