Saving your png image w/transparency as jpg flattens your image (that's what
Gmail does too) - removes
alpha channel and fills transparency with background color (which is white
by default). This is why you see
completely white image. Hit the x key on your keyboard (it will swap
background and foreground colors)
before saving it as jpg in GIMP.
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