[Haskell-beginners] bitmap image with transparent background
letiziagalli.wise at gmail.com
Tue Jan 13 07:53:05 UTC 2015
thank you for your reply, yes I mean BMP
and I know it doesn't have a alpha channel
I was just asking if there is a way to use
images in a format with a transparent background.
2015-01-12 19:57 GMT+01:00 Norbert Melzer <timmelzer at gmail.com>:
> Bitmap means exactly which Format? If you refer to BMP, IT does not
> support an alpha channel, so no transparency in the picture itself.
> Am 12.01.2015 19:25 schrieb "Letizia Galli" <letiziagalli.wise at gmail.com>:
>> Hi :-)
>> I have just joined and I don't know if this is a beginner question,
>> anyway I have been given an Haskell code which uses images,
>> but when I convert a tiff with transparent background into a bitmap,
>> their background becomes
>> white and I need it to be transparent.
>> Is there a way in Haskel to convert a bitmap with solid background into a
>> bitmap with transparent
>> Is there another format that can be used instead of bitmap in Haskell?
>> Letizia Galli
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