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emile1986

Windows Welcome Screen and transparent Windows XP Logo

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Hello,

I've recently created a customized Welcome screen in LogonStudio with a background image and it's worked perfect, but i can't make the Windows XP Logo (bitmap 123 an 127) transparent.

I have already tried the magic pink method with Photoshop CS4 but that doesn't work for me, maybe that i am doing something wrong.

Can someone help me with this?

Grtz

Emile

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To my knowledge bitmap images can not be made tranparant in any way.

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Hello,

I've recently created a customized Welcome screen in LogonStudio with a background image and it's worked perfect, but i can't make the Windows XP Logo (bitmap 123 an 127) transparent.

I have already tried the magic pink method with Photoshop CS4 but that doesn't work for me, maybe that i am doing something wrong.

Can someone help me with this?

Grtz

Emile

try the image to save as 256 color bmp

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It is possible, create a png image the way you want it.

To convert to transparent bitmap, just open your png image with windows viewer and use the floppy icon to save as bitmap and choose BMP.

Easy as that, am workin on the same thing.

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