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Windows 10 - Version 1.8.5.703

I have frequent problems reading jpg files with transparency. The first attached file is one example of such a transparent jpg, the second attached file is a screen capture of what I get when I open the image. I can provide other sample files if required.

L'ATELIER_DE_BIJOUX_Packshot_HD.JPG

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Click on the triangle to expand the layers. Some may be masked others may be turned off for viewing.

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17 minutes ago, Old Bruce said:

Click on the triangle to expand the layers. Some may be masked others may be turned off for viewing.

1938541989_ScreenShot2020-11-21at6_58_03AM.png.4bc1c5038cc4ea85decc7b0396532eb5.png

Thank you so much Old Bruce! I thought I had found a first bug in Affinity Photo! It works indeed. It seems so simple now that you have shown the solution. Thank you!

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On 11/21/2020 at 8:46 AM, nimarechal said:

Windows 10 - Version 1.8.5.703

I have frequent problems reading jpg files with transparency. The first attached file is one example of such a transparent jpg, the second attached file is a screen capture of what I get when I open the image. I can provide other sample files if required.

 

When did the jpg format start supporting transparency?


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1 hour ago, Ron P. said:

When did the jpg format start supporting transparency?

To be honest, I don't know. It just appears that I sometimes receive such files from publishers, without knowing how they are made in the first place. I personally use PNG files when I need to build transparent pictures.

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