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Bruce Morris (bmorris@usit.net)
Wed, 31 May 1995 08:13:19 -0400

Date: Wed, 31 May 1995 08:13:19 -0400
Message-Id: <199505311213.IAA28611@use.usit.net>
To: www-html@www10.w3.org
From: bmorris@usit.net (Bruce Morris)
Subject: Re: 

>>Hello.  I have a question about using transparent gif's with netscape's
>>backgrounds.  How come these gif's aren't transparent?  If I don't use a
>>background on the page, the gif is transpaernt.  But if I do use a
>>background, there seems to be a black hue around the image.  Any ideas?
>If you want a transparent gif on a page containing a background, make sure
>the transparent gif is NOT interlaced. :)

I beg to politely differ. I'm not sure what your reasons are for saying this
but I would like to point you to several of my pages where I do exactly what
you warn against with (as far as I can tell) success. I haven't noticed any
problems with interlacing transparent GIFs shown against a background -
either colored of GIF or both.


and also


Please educate me if I am missing something here |-(:-)

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