On Tue, Sep 13, 2005 at 04:26:39PM -0400, michael chang wrote:
> > IE ignores tRNS when you aren't in palette mode, anytime you added some of
> > that color to an image, it would turn transparent seperate from what you
> > expect, etc.
> So logically, should we even be using tRNS in PNG anyway?  IE is one
> of the most commonly used browsers, AFAIK...

Absolutely.  IE's PNG transparency support is broken.  Has been, and will be
for a long time.  People can't ignore standards just because MS does.  Plus,
the question was for a file that will never see the light of day in IE.

Computer Science is as much about computers as astronomy is about telescopes
        -- Edsger Wybe Dijkstra (1930-2002)

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