From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:0.9.3) Gecko/20010801 BuildID: 2001080110 With PNG, transparency control is possible without the storage cost of a full alpha channel using the tRNS chunk. The test URL shows images with and without tRNS and bKGD (background) chunks. If the tRNS and bKGD chunks were working, the images would appear as follows: http://www.schaik.com/pngsuite/pngsuite_trn_gif.html With this build, the PNGs are rendered with a solid white background. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Display the PNG images at http://www.schaik.com/pngsuite/pngsuite_trn_png.html Actual Results: The images containing the tRNS chunks are always rendered with a solid white background. Expected Results: The image named tp1n3p08 should have been rendered onto the browser background as it contained no bKGD chunk. The other transparent images should have been rendered onto the colour specified in the bKGD chunk. According to the PNG specification, tRNS and bKGD chunks are ancillary and so support is not required. However they are useful. In particular tRNS allows you to specify transparency for paletted images.
This worksforme. I see the correct backgrounds. Reporter, are you still seeing the problem?
I've just downloaded milestone 0.9.5 (win32 build 2001101117) and I can now see the browser background through the images. Looking at the PNG spec section 10.7 Background colour it says: (quote): "Viewers that have a specific background against which to present the image (such as Web browsers) should ignore the bKGD chunk, in effect overriding bKGD with their preferred background color or background image." So from what I can see it's now working correctly.
Agreed. Marking WFM.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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