can you use GIMP to invert a black and white image?
I.e., I want to change from black dots on a white background to white dots on a black background
Hello and thank you for asking,
Yes, you can. Once you have your white background and black dots(for example), click on the "Colors" menu button.
A drop down menu with options will appear. Click on "invert" and in a few milliseconds the program will change your black dots into white ones, and your white background to black.
I hope this answers your question?
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