On Thu, 2008-10-02 at 21:23 -0400, Adonj Adonj wrote:
> I use the GAP player when I need to.
> Saving to PNG will have layers merged or flattened. That doesn't work for 
> animations.

Yeah, you have to save as MNG instead, I'm pretty sure.  But MNG
probably isn't supported in web browsers all that well.  I assume you're
trying to do this for the web or you wouldn't even consider GIF

> Saving as GIF is my final result.
> To demonstrate the problem I'm having:
> In my animation I have two identical frames of an object surrounded by a 
> transparent background which is represented by small gray squares. If I move 
> the object slightly in one frame, then play the animation, and detach the 
> image, then drag the image which is now stepping from one frame to the other 
> to the desktop screen, the area around the object which has had the object 
> displaced, shows some of the gray squares each time the image steps to this 
> displaced image frame.

Yeah.  As far as I know, that's how it works.
Michael J. Hammel                               
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