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Author Topic: .png viewer which shows transparent .pngs but no frames whatsoever!  (Read 2413 times)

Chessnia

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I don't even know if such a thing exists!
I'm basically trying to find an image viewer which will let me view a transparent .png image wihout any frames whatsoever (most programs can reduces frames to a minimum, but they still show those frames! and then of course, they don't display a .png file correctly, they substitute the transparent color with black or white).
Does anybody know of a program that does this?

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Chessnia

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Re: .png viewer which shows transparent .pngs but no frames whatsoever!
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2012, 07:23:01 PM »
Ok, I've done some more research and I've found one program that does it!
It's called "Impression: eyes" (impressioneyes) from utilheaven.com
I've downloaded the shareware version and it works incredibly well, I love it. (registration is only 3.99 anyway).

I'd never seen anything like it before. It's awesome! Now, what do I use it for? basically, sometimes I make small video files using some screen video capture on my computer, and this is a really dirty simple way to add interesting stuff, like call outs, etc. since the image can be dragged around. Really cool.

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Re: .png viewer which shows transparent .pngs but no frames whatsoever!
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2012, 11:14:31 PM »
I'd probably have used Rainmeter.

PhilB66

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