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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by larryh10000, Dec 7, 2018.

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  1. larryh10000

    larryh10000 Thread Starter

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    I have been working with Gimp and found a photo of a car and I made the background transparent. I can see all the gray checkerboard background that represents that the background is transparent but how can I view it on the internet or view it or test it on a colored background to make sure that just the image is showing up.
     
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    open it with your browser
     
  3. larryh10000

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    I see, I just right-click on the image and choose 'Open with' and choose the browser I want to use. In my case, it only gives me the choice of Internet Explorer but it works okay. I have Chrome and Edge but those options are not available to me. But, Internet Explorer works okay so I'll just use that.

    Thanks for your help!
     
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    There also should be "Choose Another App" when you right click and select "Open With"
     
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