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Transparented Gif?

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Hello,

 

when i put transparented gif to dwg but its nontransparent (pic1). i change transparent to yes from properties that's ok(pic2) but autocad make black storake automatic. i dont want to it. i change color to white (pic3) and i partly remov it but when the image on the black color backround white stroke will turn visible. How can i completely remove it?

 

 

Pic 1

85472861fr4.jpg

 

Pic 2

69379055rt1.jpg

 

Pic 3

42222850wj9.jpg

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feargt

try setting variable "imageframe" to 0

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tankyou for your answer;

 

but i cant find "imageframe" . Could you tell me where i can find this.

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feargt

just type imageframe, pretty sure that works in acad 2004, set value to 0.

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feargt

not sure why I said 2004...... Also if u right click on any of the standard toolbars, u should see a list of available toolbars, there should be one called reference. The image frame command should also be found here, at least it is in 2008

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its working thank you very much

 

so i have one question more

 

i dont want to always turn transparety to on and imageframe to 0. How can i automatic do this?

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feargt

if you use a drawing template for your drawings you can change the settings here to suit your needs, then when u start the next drawing using the template, the settings will be as u want

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i dont use templates. finished projects come to me and i put some pics. i dont want to do this steps every time. So how can i do this?

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