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Graphics stretching causes gradient effect

Question asked by fxdb on Dec 20, 2009
Latest reply on Jun 18, 2012 by philmodjunk

Summary

Graphics stretching causes gradient effect

Description of the issue

o said filemaker doesn't do gradients... Inserting an image directly onto a layout, or in a container then resizing it beyond its normal size can cause the edges to fade out. Inserting a 1px image, will give you a gradient with transparency (as shown below, a 1 px solid red image file)   And now with a blue body colour   Whilst this can be a neat trick to get gradients, im sure its not intended behaviour Obviously using native graphics doesn't produce the same effect.  This has been the case for quite some time, i didnt see it listed here so thought I would post. This happens with .bmp  .png .jpg and .gif 

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