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Unfortunately, GIFs don't support Alpha transparency. There's no way to fix this really. GIFs only support either fully transparent, or fully opaque pixels, with nothing in between. So basically, the usefulness of the format for your particular use-case will depend entirely on the background you are placing it on. If the background is a single colour, or ...


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If you are going to use it on a black background, put a black background in the first place. That border is the result of anti-aliasing, which is making some pixels a middle tone between two colors. Blue-white or yellow-white. A transparent gif can only make 1 color transparent, this is "the pure white". The "no so white" pixels are not ...


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