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Default 06-22-2011, 03:50 AM

I can still see the difference in color of the background. Just to let you know, some (and not all) image formats support transparent backgrounds. You probably had your image in a format that didn't support transparent backgrounds hence the default white background. I believe .png files fully support transparent backgrounds. So, if you want to, you can go back to whatever imaging editing software you use (I like GIMP), erase the background color you have now (this is different than coloring it white now, even though the effect might look the same in the editing software), and save your file as a .png. This should work.

Of course, the background you have now is REALLY close, so you can just leave it if you don't want to go through hassle of changing it. =P

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