I'm new to Gimp and experimenting trying to make the smallest possible 
transparent image.

As an Off-topic aside, I run local DNS in my LAN and redirect spammy ad 
domains to localhost so I don't have to look at their garbage when ad 
blockers fail, like with flash content. My 1 x 1 image will be wedged in 
place so I don't see "page cannot be displayed blah blah" in my browser.

So far I've been able to slim down to a 108 byte png or a 43 byte gif 
using indexed mode. Is this as good as it gets or can the image get 
smaller using some other technique?

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