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comment anti-aliasing issues
not duplicate, already looked. This is specifically to do with use of inner glow.
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revised set active layer to specified name
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comment Is there a way to easily resize an image as a Ninepatch would resize in photoshop?
But it's not? What Alan is getting at is that is not possible to do true 9 slicing of complex objects, which is the context of this entire thread. You are missing the rest of the thread.
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answered Need recommendations for finding colors to combine with existing ones
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comment Is it possible to export a *.png with RGBA8 in Photoshop?
@thebodzio it was in fact the bKGD chunk. we commented that out in the library and it seems to fix it. not sure if its our PNG or a library error. At any rate, seems to be fixes now. thanks!
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comment Is it possible to export a *.png with RGBA8 in Photoshop?
we are using pnglib in case you are wondering.
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comment Is it possible to export a *.png with RGBA8 in Photoshop?
it is if you use generator. it auto generates files based on layer name. [ blogs.adobe.com/photoshopdotcom/2013/09/… ]
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comment Is it possible to export a *.png with RGBA8 in Photoshop?
imgur.com/mYDHD2e,9lo2DQM are the two images. one has correct alpha other does not. I am exporting explicitly as 32 via naming layer filename.png32 forcing it to go 32, so that shouldn't be issue unless there is a bug.
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comment Is it possible to export a *.png with RGBA8 in Photoshop?
It's possible, not sure how the inner workings of engine-- but its 2D UI objects on top of 3D world.
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comment Is it possible to export a *.png with RGBA8 in Photoshop?
so guess the question remains, does png even support RGBA8, or would I have to use something else like tiff or tga?
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