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AutoCAD - How to import bitmap without borders

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I want to import into a dwg a bitmap (for instance a png).
After the import the object has black borders. How can i remove them or import the bitmap without them?

I have at the moment a workaround which works in the most cases:
Change the color from black to white - but this cannot be the solution.
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John-Charles-Herzberg earned 500 total points
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This might work for you:

Type: ‘imageframe’ -Select ’0'. This changes the border visibility to off. The only issue here is you cannot scale it after setting this variable. Just re-type ‘imageframe’ and select ’1' to get back to edit mode.

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JC
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Thanks, this worked.
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