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    How do you render black (0,0,0, 255)?

    This absolutely drives me crazy. I use black all of the time and MMF2 refuses to render it. Sometimes I can get around it by making the backgrounds black (in the canvas settings), but how do I get my black object to render on top of backgrounds?

    Is there anyway that I can change the non render color to bright green or something?

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    I've noticed that sometimes you can import black if you set a different transparent color. Otherwise, I just use rgb 0,0,1 which is so dark it's almost impossible to tell it apart from black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pineapple View Post
    I've noticed that sometimes you can import black if you set a different transparent color. Otherwise, I just use rgb 0,0,1 which is so dark it's almost impossible to tell it apart from black.
    Yeah, I've been doing that, but it's really a time killer because I always forget. I know you can double click on the object and import a new frame, and at that point you can choose a color, but I have so many files, it just doesn't make sense.

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    You can double-click the checkerboard pattern next to the two selected colors to select a transparent color yourself. Or you could just use alpha channels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygreenfrog View Post
    You can double-click the checkerboard pattern next to the two selected colors to select a transparent color yourself. Or you could just use alpha channels.
    Actually, I had never been able to get that to work, but I just tried it and it did, so I'm not sure what I was doing wrong before. I think I was probably clicking the wrong squares. Thanks!

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    You're welcome!

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    Ctrl+Shift+Clicking any color in the color palette sets that color to the transparent color

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