First time on here. I’ve been putting Pencil2D through the paces on my Linux Mint box the last 24 hours or so; there are a lot of good features and potential here and I’m excited to get down to using it, but there’s one feature that I’ve wracked my mind over with no success…for some reason, Pencil2D does not seem to recognize any form of transparency in black and white (ie not grayscale) imported images or image sequences. I’ve tried everything I can think of–different image formats (png at least loads, P2D doesn’t seem to like tifs and bmps), converting so as to explicitly save transparency, exporting an P2D image sequence as png image sequence with transparency checked…I can’t believe it could be that difficult to import images so as to behave like traditional animation cels, you know, black lines on a clear background. It seems like if not for that ugly white background, P2D would make for a fine simple ink & paint workflow on scanned drawings. Is there something I’m missing or is this a no-go? I apprecite any help you all can provide.