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Known issue (and solution) for Digital File Pro 2 with Transparent PNGs

Thread began 1/07/2010 3:17 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 8/06/2011 3:47 pm by Anna Robinson | 7597 views | 21 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

We where not able to find a true fix for this person, it seams to be a problem with an earlier version of the free type library:

Unfortunately there seems to be an issue with the gd library and specifically

FreeType Version 2.3.7

where some .gif files will not retain transparency settings. We implemented a work around of setting the transparency color to white so that the issue isn't apparent on the site.

I think updating to a more recent freetype library may be the only way to truly solve the problem since I was unable to reproduce it with:

FreeType Version 2.3.9

Let us know if we can help with anything else.

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