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How to make transparent buttons?
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Post 1 made on Monday May 29, 2006 at 00:26
Lurking Member
May 2006
I am trying to create some oval buttons for my ipronto but when I import the button in iprontoedit a white rectangle appears around the button. There should be a way to make the make the rectange transparent and only have the button appearing on the panel. I am Paint shop Pro. Is this possible?

Post 2 made on Tuesday May 30, 2006 at 12:00
Founding Member
August 2001
|I am Paint shop Pro. Is this possible?

Easy. First you must make the background transparent. You can use the background eraser if the edge of your button is sharp. If not, select the background using the Magic Wand tool. Then Select the inverse image (Select-Inverse) and cut and paste the inverse image to a new blank file that you have created with a transparent background. (File-New)

You cannot use the File-Save command to save a file with transparency. You must use the File-Export-PNG Optimizer command. Make sure that you select the antialias and high resolution settings in the Optimizer settings screens.

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