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It looks as though you are right, David. After a quick preview myself, it appears you are saving the image as an 8-bit PNG at maximum dithering level (if we take into account no pre-save editing, such as manually adding dithering).

For best results, David is once again correct: use a higher bit-depth. The general rule-of-thumb is that if an image will need to display transparent parts, use 32-bit as this can save the alpha value data. If it does not need to display any transparency, then 24-bit will be all fine and dandy for your image (it doesn't loose any quality whilst keeping file size as low as possible).

EDIT: oh, hello again, D.Darknovaxp. You see? I said I wouldn't burn you.

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