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    Hello

    I'm working on a logo, and the text is in black with antialiasing hints (in various shades of grey of course). Basically, I want to change the black to a certain green while making sure the AA hints change correctly too.

    How can I do that? Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks.
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    you could use hue/saturation in the menu image -> adjustments. Are you using photoshop? Are your antialiasing hints on separate layers? you may just have to eyeball it.
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    Yep worked. I used the Gimp and played with the colour curves. Thanks!
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