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From: wim prange <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Photos on charts
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 17:38:55 +0200
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I'm so sorry, I was working with the beta-version of the program ...
Indeed, 3.4.0 doesn't have that button.
What I would then is set all the frame options to omit or zero (widths
etc.) but I figure you have tried that already.
What I was wondering, the file itself is oval as well? I've tried to
create a non-rectangular image-file but to my knowledge, that's
impossible. Is the imagecanvas outside the oval maybe transparant?
I appears Genbox does not honor transparancy for png or gif. With gif,
the transparant section was gray in my test, with png it was white.
I exported a gif with a different matte-color and that appears to have
effect on that, also exported different png's with different
matte-colors but all used a white matte in GB.
Genealogy Printers schreef:
>>Yes, that's the same icon. Select the picture you've already added to
>>the chart first, after that, double-click on that "Add Pictures" icon.
>>You will than get into a Properties-dialog for the (selected) picture
>>where you can set properties for the picture-frame (corner-shape; sides,
>>shadow; fill; corner-size; etc.), the picture-title and the
>>picture-caption. There is also a button to remove the frame.
> Hi Wim.
> There is no button to delete the frame, all there is is OK Cancel, Default &
> Selected, that's what throwing me.
>>Ron's business is doing well so he can hire people doing his work? :-)
> I've worked for the company for a few months now, the boss has only just
> allowed me access to the forums, it used to be company policy that anything
> going out to the public domain went through him but he's delegating now, I
> dare say he'll be popping up now and again, just to keep in touch. I ran
> this one by him before posting and he was stumped by it as well.
> Kind regards,
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