Did you set a transparency color? For instance, choose index then select the color that is in the corners or alpha if you have a transparent canvas and the corners are transparent.
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I've encountered this several times and one of the following should resolve your issue:
1) If you drew the slice yourself then you probably didn't take in the whole vector (a tiny half pixel on top and bottom seems to be missing). Even if you did use the insert slice function its possible for this to happen. To resolve this we noticed that the graphics look a lot better when the surrounding 1-2 pixels is included in the slice as well - think of it as leaving space around the graphic - especially in GIF files.
2) If you must have the exact dimensions of your image and can't afford to add the spacing around then use the exact setting for the GIF image. How to do this can be found in our tutorial on optimized GIF images at: http://www.smartwebby.com/free_tutorials/website-design-how-to/GIFs-optimization.asp. Our tutorial on using Transparent Images at http://www.smartwebby.com/free_tutorials/website-design-how-to/transparent-background.asp might also be of use to you.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the replies, guys.
What i found was that my canvas was transparent and under the optimize panel the matte was transparent too.
when i changed the matte to white #FFFFFF - the round corners were viewable in the slice.
Glad to have helped. :-)