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SplashImageOn With Transparent BG

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

im wondering if its possible to get a splash image to have a transparent background.. the picture i want to splash when my script is run would look a lot better without the white background.. im using the option to remove the title and border, but like i said it'd look a lot better without the white background

i made the image in Adobe PhotoShop CS4 as a .jpg image with transparent background, but when i load it in my script it has a white background

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I don't think jpg's can have transparency. Try saving it as a bitmap.


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it loaded the image and it had a very light light blue background to it.. if this isn't possible with splash image is it possible with something else? also is there a way to completely remove the window border, instead of having that black box?

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Did you actually try saving it as a bitmap and using that instead? I'm fairly sure jpg's can't be transparent.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

yes i did.. it had a very light blue background instead of white

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Your going to want to use a .png file.

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Your going to want to use a .png file.

the function list says that PNG files will give errors.. i tried it as a .png but it didnt show up

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My bad. I was just using my knowledge of image files and not the script :)

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