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Transparency issue on KX2 and KX17.

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I am getting transparency issue with devices such as KX2 and Kx17 for PNG images.
The problem is that all BMP images with transparent color as magenta works fine.
But PNG images with ALPHA Transparency shows patches with that image.
Is there anyway with which we can use PNG images with Devices such as KX2 AND KX17 ?
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Hello,
for PNG transparency, do not take Alpha transparency for Image.
Use Index transparency while making Image.
In source code, while displaying PNG Image, set -- IIMAGE_SetParm as AEE_RO_TRANSPARENT. :)

Hello,
for PNG transparency, do not take Alpha transparency for Image.
Use Index transparency while making Image.
In source code, while displaying PNG Image, set -- IIMAGE_SetParm as AEE_RO_TRANSPARENT. :)

Even Index Transparency is not working.
There should be some solution to it.
Alpha Transparency is working for most of the devices.
How to make png images work for devices such as KX2 ,KX17 and Kx414?

Even Index Transparency is not working.
There should be some solution to it.
Alpha Transparency is working for most of the devices.
How to make png images work for devices such as KX2 ,KX17 and Kx414?

Sujit wrote:In source code, while displaying PNG Image, set -- IIMAGE_SetParm as AEE_RO_TRANSPARENT. :)
IIRC, you do NOT want to set transparency on IImages from PNGs.
I don't quite remember, but PNG transparency may simply be broken on these devices (and the kx1). Try making the transparent color the first or last index in the palette. IIRC monochrome images DO work (one color and transparency), although that's not terribly useful.

Sujit wrote:In source code, while displaying PNG Image, set -- IIMAGE_SetParm as AEE_RO_TRANSPARENT. :)
IIRC, you do NOT want to set transparency on IImages from PNGs.
I don't quite remember, but PNG transparency may simply be broken on these devices (and the kx1). Try making the transparent color the first or last index in the palette. IIRC monochrome images DO work (one color and transparency), although that's not terribly useful.