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« Posted 2004-12-21 20:35:30 »

I have an image with index transparency.

The image renders fine and everything.  The problem is that I want to draw the image's "shadow".  Right now, I'm shearing it with a composite and using the Xor AlphaComposite because it seems to work and give me a black shadow.  I want to have a grey-black shadow, instead of a solid black shadow, but when I try to give the Xor composite a 2nd parameter, nothing gets drawn.

Any recommendations here?  Should I just break down and make the shadows myself?
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