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  1. Hello out there, I would be *very* sorry, if that question is already sufficiently solved/answered. But I do only find the same *question*/feature request: How do I colour grayscale tiffs or 1-bit (= b&w) tiffs in AFPub? For professional designers this seems to me a rather vital feature: creating a picture frame inserting a grayscale/1-bit tif in that frame activating the *frame* –> allocating the *background*/frame a certain colour (e.g. red) activating the *picture* –> allocation the picture/content an other colour (e.g. yellow) voilà! You have a two colour logo or even more, by working with gradients, a colourful result! the same to 1-bit/b&w-pictures ("bitmaps"): Every black&white tiff has a *transparent* (because "white") background every black pixel in a b&w (1-bit) tif can be allocated any colour. voilà! :-))) Is there a tutorial for it? I would be very pleased, if that *very important* feature has been realized in AFPub since the first question for it in 2018! Best wishes to your for 2023! Johannes
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