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It would be better, if possible, to redraw the image as a vector. That way you would be able to scale it without the quality degrading. Is the image siomple enough to do that?
If I were able to spend a week learning Fireworks, I could re-do the graphic from scratch to my requirements -- it's just a couple of words on a gradient background, with rounded corners. I was hoping to get a 2-minute fix, to just narrow it without horizontal scaling.
However, as it turns out, the gradient is progressive throughout, even though you don't notice it on the screen. However, if you slice out a portion of what appears to be empty space, you end up with a mis-match. So, I'm stuck either going back to the designer, or learning to do everything myself.
Save 2 versions of the image. Crop one which will be the left side of the new image, then crop the other which will be the right side. Ensure that the width of the first cropped image + width of the second cropped image = 265px. Copy both cropped images to a new document and arrange with the first on the left and the second on the right.
Sorry I missed this one earlier. Post a URL to the native image and one of
us can either tell you what is possible or maybe I will even try the fix.
It doesn't sound difficult.