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Are you rotating or scaling your png images? Are these artifacts showing up in all browsers, or just certain versions of IE? Rotated pngs look fine for me in Chrome ...
Regarding image sequences in Edge, there are a few ways to go about this.
1) Use John Dunning's FW->Edge export plugin. See the "Correct" answer at the top of this thread:
2) Use a jQuery plugin (Flipbook has worked well for me):
Thanks Tim! Looks great in Chrome on the work laptop. FIrefox and IE seem to degrade around the pixel edges. I am going to to try and export it using the Chrome Frame option, to maybe fix the issue.
As for the Img Sequence Thanks a ton!
If your images are as quoted above, then I would suggest to turn them into PNG8 or PNG8 + ALPHA if you need transparency. (Sorry for my english)
Thanks, I will try that and your English is superb. I have to redo some assets for other reasons, and I will try the 8bit export this go around.
If you need any help for the conversion, you can send me the files to PNG24 or PNG32