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[quote=siria] kenshiro, that's good news! No weird new bug, just that infamous vcredist installation missing again (but since beta2 linked from the download page) :) (offtopic) [quote=guenter]Its a myth to claim that You mentioned that before. :( [/quote] About win9x skin transparency 2-4 times, although for various skins... Guess first time in the Krameleon thread, with screenshot. Transparent background, although NOT pink, and invisible privbar text. And look here for a [b]win9x-screenshot[/b] of the KM1.6 default skin with detailed description, from last summer. The main bar background is original and [b]NOT pink, yet transparent[/b], only some of the other toolbars (like Find Bar at bottom) have a non-working black background: http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/read.php?10,100250,107580#msg-107580 My main point is just, it still is NOT true that an updated win9x would need PINK backgrounds for transparency, but it keeps getting claimed, so I keep replying that [b]every other color works just as well[/b] :P Am not an expert in image properties, but if I'm interpreting my past experiences right, win9x just has problems with partial opacity, like "pixel 30% transparent", while "100% transparent pixels" can be any color. That would also explain why the privbar has no text: Guess it's black text on black background, so win9x thinks "black=transparent always". Opacity is not realized. [quote=guenter]Win98 does not support in the same way as NT based systems. Its a myth that this optical problem is a K-Meleon but not a windows9x bug.[/quote] When did I claim this?? Just trying to make clear which 'sort' of transparency works in skin bitmaps in win9x, and that pink isn't needed. Of course it's a win9x prob that opacity doesn't work in skins, have never blamed it on the K-Meleon software. ---- PS: Ever since I was in a girls-only american forum, and they kept calling each other "guys", I take that as multi-gender, LOL! :D[/quote]
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