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Copying images with transparency produces a black background.

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When images are copied from Firefox and pasted elsewhere (Paint, PSP, Photoship, etc.) any transparency becomes opaque black. This makes it difficult to edit the image if the transparency was near black pixels. Is there any way to change the colour to something else, or at least, white?

When images are copied from Firefox and pasted elsewhere (Paint, PSP, Photoship, etc.) any transparency becomes opaque black. This makes it difficult to edit the image if the transparency was near black pixels. Is there any way to change the colour to something else, or at least, white?

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No, you will have to save the image to disk and open the file in your image editor. You can try if it works if you drag the file in the editor.