thanks a lot for your help, tips and investigations, but I still have
the problem. It looks like this cannot be reproduced somewhere else,
but I found out that I can see image with a dpi larger than 64 in the
figsave command. Anything with a dpi of 64 or smaller is just white.
On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 20:47, Renato Alves <rjalves@...> wrote:
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>> that is very interesting. So what about the following image:
>> which has been create with the exact same code. Does this file has an
>> alpha channel? Because this file I can see clearly on my browser.
> Yes, it does.
> Try running 'file name_of_file' on the console. You will RGB in one case
> and RGBA in the other.
> I ran a few tests on the files and they all look fine. No corruption.
> So it has to be something on your firefox... if you use a custom build,
> try recompiling it. Something could have gone wrong in the first run.
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