Thread: GIF Transparency

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    Oh, just happened to me with the cprog site itself... so I took a print screen [see attached]. The reason a part of the gif does look 'OK' is because I scrolled the page over (out of view), and when I scroll it backt eh image is normal again. I don't know if it's just my computer, might as well be, cause it's an old one [this one is 233MHz, 98MB RAM], so might be just that.
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    huh, guess you're not lying...

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    Well, I could easily be lying (not that hard to change the image in Paint, is it?)... but I seriously want to do something about this... for one thing, i was going to use some transparent images on my webpage, and now I'm a little hesitant to do that...

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