On Jan 2, 2006, at 3:58 AM, francky wrote:
> Hello Micky,
Hi! Thanks for the quick response! I really appreciate it. :)
> I'm sorry I don't have the answer on your question. But do you have a
> link to an online testpage, so we can see what kind of effect you
Sure. This is just a test page... A work in progress that just
started... so things are constantly changing:
> I tried http://www.ambiguism.com/, is that him? You made a nice
> random change of images!
Ah, thanks for looking... actually, I went with .gif for the random
images on that page for the sake of file size... :)
Btw, that site is old... I have had no time to put-up something new.
Thanks for looking though.
> In case this is the goal, and if you don't need to scroll the
> semi-transparent image over a background-image, then all the png's are
> inserted now above the unicolor grey of the background.
> That does arise the thought: why not forget the transparency? I.e.: in
> your paint program you can put the same grey layer under the
> transparent png, and save them together as non-transparent png (or in
> case of emergency: just take a screenshot of the combination).
> But maybe you have something else in mind!
Good information, actually, you have given me some good ideas! Thanks
for the thoughts Francky!
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