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I know I've read about this before on here, but I get 20+ pages when I search.

How do you get a .gif image to accually have the selected transparent color transparent? In my tests the transparent color stays visible.

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I know I've read about this before on here, but I get 20+ pages when I search.

How do you get a .gif image to accually have the selected transparent color transparent? In my tests the transparent color stays visible.

1. :P Huh?? :lmao:

2. Try posting something that shows "my test the transparent color stays visible", so others might debug (Sorry just lazy and don't feel like opening SciTe to guess what your doing :()

Edit:

Just an Edit :)

Edited by SmOke_N

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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You need special software. MSpaint won't do it... Let me see if I can find a link I used to have.

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Has something to with layers.

Edited by gamerman2360

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Dope :duh: !

I just realized what the question was for:

1. Find or Make a Pic

2. Edit Pic

3. Save Pic with "Transparent Background" option

4. Use Pic in a GUI without the Transparent Background showing!!!

Ha... Thanks you 2!!


Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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I gave the link. Just use the program paint.net like you would MSpaint. Delete a square of the picture, or use the eraser and you have a transparent picture!

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How do you make pictures that move?

You need to make each picture frame-by-frame (each saved in .gif format) then use a program like UnFREEz to put them together in one gif sequence.

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Bump :P

See the example 2 in GUICtrlCreatePic in 3.1.1.94.

to have the transparency working you need 2 windows. :lmao:

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