Summary: Using the eraser on a JPEG image causes transparency to show, however there is no warning when savin...
Using the eraser on a JPEG image causes transparency to show, however there is no warning when saving that this transparency information will be lost.
Steps to Reproduce
Open a jpeg image. Choose the eraser tool and set it to a large size. When you erase, you will see the standard checked background on the image which indicates transparency. However, when the image is saved, it returns to JPEG format, which loses the transparency information.
Added warning when attempting to save transparency to a file format that doesn't support it.
|5/17/2010 12:00 AM CST||9/28/2013 02:14 AM CST||1230 days|
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