The image's transparent colour is included in the palette reduction
|Reported by:||Owned by:||pulkomandy|
My version: 2.8wip.3023
Is an image with a transparent background, the transparent colour being #FF00FF with 0 alpha. Of course it shows up in GrafX2 with 255 alpha.
However, the problem is, even if I set this colour as the background colour in the "Layers" right click dialog, it is still counted as part of the colour reduction algorithm. Import this image into GrafX2, set colour 0 as the background colour, and then go to the palette dialogue and reduce the image to two colours. You will see that the magenta colour has been changed, showing that GrafX2 counts it as a colour that needs to be adjusted. This happens whether or not you set the magenta as the background colour.
Shouldn't GrafX2 ignore it since it is the background colour and shouldn't try to change its appearance since the "transparent" colour does not matter to the image's overall colour composition?