High Fidelity Image Trace Transparent Background

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Nov 13, 2019 Nov 13, 2019

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Hi,

When using High Fidelity Image Trace on a png image with transparent background, a white background is automatically created. With "High Fidelity", I can't click on "Ignore White" either. Surely there'd be a better option than individually deleting every single white path?? Why does Illustrator create a white background in the first place? Can anyone help me? Thank youuu!!!

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I just found out that when I change "Method" from "Overlapping" to "Abutting", the "Ignore White" box can be ticked 🙂

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