Elwin Estle wrote:

> Now for the weird part.  If I turn off "use alpha" in the Blender texture 
> file options, the entire, original image appears, it's as if the .png file 
> was saved out just like the original picture, without any renders cut from 
> it, etc.

As far as I know, the alpha channel in both Gimp and png files is 
non-premultiplying. (In other words, it's what many people would refer 
to as a matte channel rather than an alpha channel.) The colour channels 
are not affected by its presence. If you turn it off, the colour is 
still there.

David Hodson  --  this night wounds time
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