[TYPO3] totally transparent background in gifbuilder
tdi666 at op.pl
Mon Sep 11 12:55:36 CEST 2006
the workaround with the background of an image same as my background croped
etc. work but only for static image, if the image can have dynamic position
then it won't be working. In my idea user of my site can place the image
wherever he wishes to so it not so easy after all. Now i found another
problem i need to make some nice border for the rotated image maybe i will
be able to hite those white backgrounds places with it but i don't know
exacly how :)
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>> dear Dmitry I've seen that post and i haven't found an anwser :(
>> only this:
>>> 1) Change the background color of the GIFBUILDER to create an outline
>>> a color with less contrast to make it "invisible"
>>> 2) Don't make a transparent image at all but use GIFBUILDER to
>>> insert the background image as another layer. (Can be done with
>>> IMAGE elements and m.mask, m.bgImg too, if you don#t want to use
>> fi you could please tell me how to make it truly invisible ;)
> Depends on the shape of the content that will still be visible.
> If you've got rectangular content like boxes or images you can simply set
> backgroundColor and transparentColor to the same value.
> If there are rounded or sloped shapes (i.e. letters of a font you are
> in GIFBUILDER) you have to disable antialiasing and nicetext to get sharp
> edges, but this will lead to a very ugly look and therefor I would not
> recommend it.
> In these cases you could use the workaround described in the thread you
> already found and use the background image as a GIFBUILDER background.
> some cropping you will get the area that fits the position of your image
> with some masking you can still make it transparent but leave the
> anitaliased borders visible.
> See something similar here: www.nenni-art.de
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