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Hello,

I am having a problem showing png picture that suppose to be transparant in Ms. Edge. Any clue why my png file is not transparant in edge?

Check this website: www.fresway.com in Firefox and Ms. Edge.

On Ms. Edge, the transparant layer is no longer transparant I wonder why?

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    Just for this I opened that URL in Opera and the image had a video play button on the left rainbow effect. Maybe that's not a PNG at all? Read More

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    OK, opened up the source and there is some animated thing there that has a play button but here's the PNG that Edge didn't work with: http://fresway.com/images/hover.png I need to see if the PNG is using indexed color or not. Why? https://www.google.com/search?client=opera&q=IE+does+support+transparency+in+indexed-color+PNG+images Read More

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Could you post a screenshot of the problem and the actual .png file? Hard to tell what's going on on mobile

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Cek the website right away through pc. www.fresway.com - you can see the beem is not transparant on Ms. Edge but transparant on Firefox.

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I don't use Windows. You've probably got the old version cached or something, the latest IE and Edge have supported alpha-PNG files for years.

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I am using :

Microsoft Edge 40.15063.674.0 - 2017 with Windows 10.

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Hey,

Indeed a known problem, backup your system back in time (1 week back) and it should be alright.

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Adam_40

Please supply a link or reference for this. Until then nobody will be naive enough to spend hours restoring backups on just your say-so.

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@ john_111
That article is about the transparent PNG fix we used to need in the past for Internet Explorer 6 and below.

Edge supports alpha transparency, so there must be something else causing this.

Edit: I also don't have Windows and I don't have my Virtual Machine up and running, so can't check at the moment too.

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Just for this I opened that URL in Opera and the image had a video play button on the left rainbow effect.

Maybe that's not a PNG at all?

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My theory is that Davy printed his images onto A4 paper and is holding it in front of his monitor...
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---> here you go

You missed the point. How to restore a backup on an absolete version of Windows is irrelevant. The reference I wanted was to justify "Indeed a known problem".

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