True, but it's still widely used and has more support than PNG. It's the
perennial web designer's nightmare - you hate IE but you have to code for it
anyway because everyone uses it. The compromise between what should be done
and what has to be done. In the same way, PNG is not as widely and
well-supported as it should be, at least in IE.
On Monday 12 Jul 2004 08:30, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Jakub Steiner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Looks like you're using combine as a frame disposal method while you
> > need replace. Also note, that GIF cannot handle alpha channel, so you'll
> > still end up having aliased contour of the gnome throbber. If you know
> > your target background color, you can flatten or semi-flatten prior to
> > indexing.
> Or use a proper file format for animations such as MNG. GIF is a piece
> of crap and should have died a long time ago already.
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