Last modified: 2007-04-02 16:13:04 UTC
Transparent images have, since a short while a pattern to indicate which part of
the image are transparent (white and grey blocks) on their description page.
That's great and the same pattern should not be visible in the articles, but it
is: transparent images in galleries (<gallery>) have those patterns and that
looks very ugly and out off place.
This is fixed in trunk, r20340, with the styles removed by Erik. We should have
resynchronization within a few days.
this should be controllable by CSS on a per-project and per-namespace basis. On
commons, for example, it's very useful to have it in galleries - when looking
for an icon, it's an important criterium to know if it has a transparent
background. It would be a pain if I had to click every icons to look at the
Is it fixed or should we use a css style? ...and which css style?