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Graphics stretching causes gradient effect

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


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