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Adding a -type truecolorAlpha can solve this problem. It's possible to find an explanation related with the kind of truecolor PNG of the original file and the different palette size before and after the resizing operation. Essentially it was a bug from a wrong recognition of an iCCP profile from PNG (colortype 6) that was recognised as sRGB, and can ...
I found a blog post showing a workaround by specifying the format of the output. For me, I wanted semi-transparent PNGs, so the best choice was to add the -define png:format=png32 option: mogrify -define png:format=png32 -resize 80% * (The blog suggests -define png:format=png24 but that appears to limit output alpha to 1-bit.)
Open the image in paint Click > Save As Option <256 .bmp> Open new Saved .bmp image in paint Click > Save As Option < .jpeg > as different name.
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Well after a bunch of messing around I have found that it has to do with lwpolylines. It seems that corel does not like them. If I explode it back to the original arcs and lines it imports perfectly.
I use MS Paint for this all the time. Start --> Run --> mspaint Choose the color red. There are arrows, boxes, boxes with rounded corners, circles, etc.
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