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Image: Transparent yes or no
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harryk
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2022-10-21 12:28:59

I keep reading you should not make a png, with a color as transparent, but fill the background with the background color you need.
I am currently trying with Corel Draw. Although I do NOT set a frame, there is a white border. Do I then have to set the frame to the background color? Which I find quite cumbersome, because what is the point of the Frame: none option if one is shown.
So I am now inclined to work with transparency. But what sometimes brings the black background effect

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niko
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2022-10-21 13:27:07

Not sure I understand. Maybe you could post a screenshot?


harryk
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2022-10-21 14:52:21

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micaelo
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2022-10-21 23:35:56

Looks like the images' border mode is set to "solid", and the border color set to "FFFFFF" (= white).
Try changing the border mode to "none".


harryk
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2022-10-22 21:16:54

Frame stands on none
I now work with transparent again


bupp
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2022-10-23 11:09:04

set background color to invisible


harryk
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2022-10-23 20:01:01

@bupp
background is invisible


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