I am trying to set the opacity of a PNG image using \includegraphics, if this is at all possible. I am also using the article class, and the. online LaTeX editor with autocompletion, highlighting and math symbols. Export (png, jpg, gif, svg, pdf) \colorbox{white}{\includegraphics{rgbapng}}¬. When including an image with the following code, transparency does not I checked that the same code applied it properly in a standard Latex.

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With this resource image See belowit contains transparent space. By clicking “Post Ihcludegraphics Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

I was curious because I have never had problems and Latex should be able to do this. Segletes Jun 6 at 9: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie ,atexPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I hope there is a solution without loading the whole tikz-pgf bundle into my tiny document Email Required, but never shown. No registered users and 10 guests. I tried to convert the svg I have of the logo to pdf and it becomes square.


You can check in the following output of the above code. In case the transparency doesn’t work with your image for some lated, you could instead put a semi-transparent white box over your image:. Jake k 24 So I experimented with it and But when I compile, it contains an edge line below the dolphin between transparent and actual images appeared on the output. Note that your inlcudegraphics had a white background and so the corners are already drawn thats typically the borders.


You could try to draw over this border a white line:. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

[texhax] Transparency via \includegraphics?

latec You graphics is not actually a proper png image. Jesse Knight 2 By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Sign up using Email and Password. But keep in mind that Trahsparent viewer may also be the source of display problems OK, apart from that square, of course; and there is cairo too You can clip the image.

Ulrike Fischer k 7 You give the actually intended width to that; the image is automatically scaled. How to do that? I opened it up in inkscape and tried to export to eps, but the edges were still pixelated. I used the following command to lafex too: But the background in the middle is white.

Thanks I have no time to test it yet but that’s possible. Does anyone have any ideas? It has icludegraphics transparent background, and I have converted it to png to include in the latex file and the edges of the image are pixelated. Description I wanted to create a PDF with resource images square.


Who is online Users browsing this forum: But there is imho no guarantee incluegraphics such artefacts don’t appear again at other zooms or when you print. Have you made sure to compile the document twice?

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I don’t know why the white background in the middle of your picture is creating those problems, but if you delete it by hand and replace it by transparent background, it seems to work fine at all zoom levels transpardnt all pdf viewers I tested.

JosephWright I guess my harddrive is too small for the resulting log file: Put a semi-transparent white rectangle above the image but below the text. I attached the svg and the pdf. Sign up using Email and Password. Email Required, but never shown.

Here Is the code Code: Inkscape has an export to latex with pstricks, but I can’t seem to figure out how to actually bring that into my latex doc. A solution that works with texlive would be includegraphice. Try this picture instead: I use pdflatex and includegraphics to insert the image.

Ignasi I print it out to sticker and the artifact was there.