[SOLVED] category logos' won't keep transparency

7 years 5 months ago - 7 years 5 months ago #227682 by N6REJ
When adding a logo to a category it converts it from a transparent .png to a white backgrounded .jpg. Is there a way to prevent this?

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7 years 5 months ago #227708 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic category logos' won't keep transparency
Need to change the image processing engine that CB uses within CB > Configuration > Images. GD2 does not support transparency and you'll need to use ImageMagick if your host supports it.


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7 years 5 months ago #227722 by N6REJ
Replied by N6REJ on topic category logos' won't keep transparency
*FACEPALM* i knew that *sigh*
thanks for the brain duster kyle

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