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I'm a web developer who has recently been given a desing in a PSD file. I previously worked with Zeplin. I'm using a trial version of Avocode to extract information from this PSD file. Everything is fine except for one thing.

I cannot find what is the background color (the background color of the component that is marked as Background layer). It looks like dark blue but in Avocode it does not show background-color property as for all other components. The properties of this background component are just width, height, and opacity 100%.

I also tried to export this component. If I export as SVG it shows me transparent-marking squares, if I export as PNG it shows me dark-blue.

Does someone know what is going on here, is background somehow transparent or what?

If really necessary I'll try to share the actual PSD file.

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  • Could be that Avocode can't do it's thing on a locked layer? Try unlocking the background layer. – GoofyMonkey Mar 12 '18 at 19:39
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    Well, till you figure things out, let me tell you that the blue color you are seeing is #3b4263 – Alin Mar 13 '18 at 6:27
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No experience with Zeplin or Avocode, but.....

Does the PSD file have a base layer actually named "Background"?

If the answer is "no" then there is no "background layer".

You can choose the base layer and then select Layer > New > Background from Layer to convert it to an actual background layer in Photoshop.

Note this will remove all transparency on that layer and flatten it using your set background color as a base to fill in transparent areas.

  • Yes. It has the Background layer. I've updated my answer. – croraf Mar 12 '18 at 23:24

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