> No, you can't. If the browser maps the same colours to different colours
> on screen at random it is broken.
FALSE !!! You think as a computer but human body 'n' eyes
can think the same bits of code are displayed meanwhile you have
something different ... so slightly different bits can give eye perceived
differences as a result.

>> AFAIK PNG don't include transparent parameter ; GIF ought to be the
> best
> PNG does support transparency much better than GIF. In addition,
> browsers
> support GIF much better than PNG. Bad world.
GIF is a standard ... using PNG is a form of anarchy
Windoze is a standard ... using Linux ...


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