mathius Posted June 4, 2018 Share Posted June 4, 2018 Hey all, I have just purchased 184.108.40.206 in order to (mainly) resize/merge some transparent .png images I have. Everything is fine in terms of resizing, and yes I do know how to use the magic wand to retrospectively achieve transparency - but I am currently highly frustrated that every time I import a file with transparent background, this software gives it a white background. I have ensured that the intial layer is transparent first - it is definitely the image itself that is being interpreted as white. It doesn't seem like this should be the default behaviour - is there a setting that I cannot find somewhere, to fix this? If anyone has some advice I will be very grateful Here is the result of importing a transparent png saved from the web, hopefully this helps makes my problem clearer: Thanks! Matt Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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