To save your framed picture:

· Click on the "save" button in the Control Panel

save_frame

· The Save File window will open. Define the file name you want your file to have, the format you want your file to be saved as, as well as the Subfile Type, Q factor, Progressive Options, Compression Control, Compression Ratio, Progressing Order, and Target Size.

The formats you can save your files as are:

· .jpeg
· .png
· .bmp
· .tif
· .tga
· .pcx

save_frame

Transparency

In order to save your framed pictures with transparency select to save the resulting image in .PNG file format.

If you plan to use your exported images on a web page, you should bear in mind that certain browsers (most notably Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x or earlier versions) may not display your images correctly (e.g. they may display transparent areas as gray).

To work around this browser bug, we employ a popular "hack" to enable you to view these images in Internet Explorer in the right way, too. This "hack" involves the use of a special feature of Internet Explorer, a custom CSS attribute called "filter" as in the following example:

Use

<div style="position:absolute; left:140px; height:32px; width:128px;
filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(
src='image.png', sizingMethod='scale');" >
</div>

Instead of

<img src="image.png" width="128" height="32" border="0">

** where "image.png" please replace "image" with your file name.

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