> On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 01:56:15PM +0200, Tom Mraz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > maybe I make some mistake, but when I try to make PNG picture to use it on
> > my webpage, when I use some color for background of the image and the same
> The on ly difference I can see is that you are using a pattern for the png
> background which is of course different.
> This is expected when you dither the image, so best do not convert your
> image to indexed format.

It's not problem of the indexed image. When you load the image into GIMP it
is correct and the background color value is #f7e4ca as it should be and
there is no dithering pattern. The dithering happens only on edges of fonts
or so and there it doesn't matter. The algorithm of the used dithering first
finds big surfaces of unique color and puts the color directly into palette.

As to bad support of png in browsers - I thought that MSIE 5.0 and
latest Mozilla nightly should be correct, or not?

Tomas Mraz

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