Screen Doesn't show Transparent or High Opacity Images
When looking at images with a watermark. The kind that are semi transparent but still able to be recognized it is not showing up. I look at the same image on a regular old "crappy" monitor and *BAM* there is the watermark. I think I've tried everything, I am at a loss. Any help would be appreciated. Do I need to recallibrate the monitor, how do I do that?
Re: Screen Doesn't show Transparent or High Opacity...
Calibrate in the monitor menu the RGB values to sRGB space and disable all optimizations (movie mode, text mode...). Leave it in "Normal". Also set carefully the contrast in the monitor to something like 60% and choose the right GAMMA in the image editing software. Make sure you are using the native resolution of the LCD and check in the user's manual how to do the adjustments because all monitors are different. All those settings are one-time programmable, once you got the right settings they don't need to be changed again.
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That happens when the monitor goes off but the inverter light failed to switch off. The triac on the inverter board is shorted and must be replaced. When the triac on the inverter board is shorted a continues voltage is supply to the inverter light (or cold cathode) making your monitor to look like a transparent white plastic.
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ikkenom's solution is wrong. I'm experiencing the same on bleading edge machines. It seems to be an issue overall with high res images and I think it has a lot to do with the program trying to draw a preview image to move around before it actually lets you move. Previous versions of PPT did not do this preview draw and I think that's why we could move our images right away. If anyone knows a registry value or anything else, it would be greatly appreciated.
To create a transparent background in the Button Editor for creating images in AutoCAD 2004 and higher. To do this you can use the Light Grey color in the lower-left corner of the swatch for AutoCAD 2002 and earlier, or the True Color 192,192,192 in AutoCAD 2004 and later.
As there are many methods and effects of a transparency in Corel Draw there are also many in Photoshop. What effect are you trying to achieve? You can accomplish transparency by using layers, channels or even as simply as adjusting the opacity. I would suggest that you do a search in Photoshop's built-in help (press F1) for the word, "transparen." That will bring up both sets of results for: "transparent," or, "transparency." You might also search, "opaque," and, "opacity."