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comment Can I have an animated GIF with more than 256 colours per frame?
@Pacerier This works only for animations. In theory it would be possible for a static GIF, but due to legacy/bugs browsers interpret 0 frame delay as ~1/16th of a second, so at best you can have animation that builds a static image. For static you're better off with PNG/JPG anyway.
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answered Use JPEG for transparency instead of PNGs
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comment How do I know what image type to use?
IE4 and newer support paletted PNG with transparency: calendar.perfplanet.com/2010/png-that-works/#paletted
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