- Yair Mark
Today I was busy with some UI changes.
The one issue I ran into was that the images the designer sent me had padding in the image - this made it difficult to properly space everything else around these images. In situations like this, I generally turn to ImageMagick, especially when dealing with more than 1 image. ImageMagick is like the Swiss Army Knife of command-line image manipulation.
After a bit of fiddling and searching I came upon this post which suggested something like this which worked perfectly:
mogrify -trim +repage -alpha Background image.png
This works even in situations where your image has transparency.
I put this into a
for loop and resolved all these padding issues:
for file in *.png;do echo $file;mogrify -trim +repage -alpha Background $file;done