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FW MX... export jpg with white background gives slight tint color...

FW MX... export jpg with white background gives slight tint color...

FW MX... export jpg with white background gives slight tint color...

(OP)
Hello,

I've noticed somthing strange with firworks mx, Not sure if it is me or something I'm doing or a bug...

I have an image with a transparent background. The png file has the transparent background and export it is a jpg. When doing this, as in the preview screen, the background ground turns to white. That is fine.

But when I export it and view it in a browswer, the background of the image is NOT white... meaning you can see the background color is NOT WHITE...a slight reddish color.

What and/or why is this?
Thanks

RE: FW MX... export jpg with white background gives slight tint color...

Is the image on the web? Maybe you could post the URL (and say which image has the problem) so we could have a look and take it from there.

http://www.leevalleylions.co.uk

RE: FW MX... export jpg with white background gives slight tint color...

(OP)
The problem was that I was optimizing the image to much or softing the image to much.

When that happened and I exported it, the background of the image was slightly changed...

it that makes since to you.

thanks

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