image alpha transparency

nerviroberto
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nerviroberto posted this 2 weeks ago

how to have an imported image not "squared" shape (eg. a cross) have the transparent background in the alpha channel ?
imagine a red cross on a white background. we remove white to "nothing" via png alpha, then import. Expected result is to have visbility of background where was the white.
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how to have an imported image not "squared" shape (eg. a cross) have the transparent background in the alpha channel ? imagine a red cross on a white background. we remove white to "nothing" via png alpha, then import. Expected result is to have visbility of background where was the white. ty
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Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Nervi,

Simply create an image with a transparent background and save it as PNG. Then import in Nicepage. This should work ok.

image-with-transpbg.png

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Hi Nervi, Simply create an image with a transparent background and save it as PNG. Then import in Nicepage. This should work ok. !image-with-transpbg.png! ................................................... Sincerely, Olivia Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
nerviroberto
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nerviroberto posted this 2 weeks ago

quite good but it mantains a "dotted" light shape on square (see attaches)

quite good but it mantains a "dotted" light shape on square (see attaches)
Support Team
Support Team posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Nervi,

Simply open this image in the browser:
https://static.nicepage.com/ForumAttachments/902/24902/croce1.png
The dotted background is a part of the image and it is real, not the transparent.
For example, I've removed the background in paint and attached a modified image. Please compare these two images.

croce2.png

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Sincerely,
Olivia
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Hi Nervi, Simply open this image in the browser: https://static.nicepage.com/ForumAttachments/902/24902/croce1.png The dotted background is a part of the image and it is real, not the transparent. For example, I've removed the background in paint and attached a modified image. Please compare these two images. !croce2.png! ................................................... Sincerely, Olivia Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
nerviroberto
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nerviroberto posted this 2 weeks ago

:| I've done usual way with gimp: select the cross. create a new image with "NO Background" - pasted the cross - exported as png with background color... will retry tonite. ty

:| I've done usual way with gimp: select the cross. create a new image with "NO Background" - pasted the cross - exported as png with background color... will retry tonite. ty
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