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White borders around imported images from Photoshop into Muse

Community Beginner ,
Dec 11, 2017

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Hi all,

I am having a problem when I'm trying to import or copy images into Muse. Every time I do it, like if it's a rounded rectangle or not completely
square, I get a white border around the image that I do not want there. How do I get rid of it, and prevent it from happening again?

I actually solved it. I tried importing it as a png-8bit,

but that was not correct. I did PNG24, then checked

transparency. That solved the problem.

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White borders around imported images from Photoshop into Muse

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Hi all,

I am having a problem when I'm trying to import or copy images into Muse. Every time I do it, like if it's a rounded rectangle or not completely
square, I get a white border around the image that I do not want there. How do I get rid of it, and prevent it from happening again?

I actually solved it. I tried importing it as a png-8bit,

but that was not correct. I did PNG24, then checked

transparency. That solved the problem.

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first copy is not a good idea on the web but i assume you mean "copy svg"?

this will default to a image frame with top | left alignment so dragging the frame out will add padding space (and the default colour is white)

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as to how you fix it;

imo the best option is to make a svg with the correct ratio setting so you don't need to adjust the image in Muse but another fast option is to make the image a fill instead of a place

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I actually solved it. I tried importing it as a png-8bit,

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transparency. That solved the problem.

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cool thanks for letting us know

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