On Mon, Oct 13, 2003 at 10:32:13AM -0500, Albert Wagner wrote:
> I have several layered images developed for an animation. I built them
> using a white background for ease in drawing. All other layers were
> transparent.  For each I then deleted the background layer, flattened
> the image, and saved as *.png. However, the flattened image still had a
> white background, when I intended that it be transparent.  What did I do
> wrong? 

That's exactly what flatten is intended to do. If you want an alpha channel
in your png, just use save as a png without flattening. It'll ask you to 
merge the visible layers for the export because png can't handle them, and
save a png just like you want it to: with alpha channel.

Marco Wessel

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