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I'm using the Import Image as Plane add-on to import RGBA PNG-24's. My issue is that the add-on automatically crops the planes, which changes the images' location relative to the world origin.

As you can see from the attached images, once imported into Blender, the image is cropped, which changes the location. There doesn't seem to be any option to change this behavior in the plug-in, is there a work-around?

I am using Cycles, Blender 2.83

Image in Photoshop

Image in Blender

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    $\begingroup$ A work around could be to add pixels in the corner of the image that are basically invisible $\endgroup$
    – WhatAMesh
    Feb 13, 2021 at 23:52

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can you supply an image? I made one with Gimp, that is png with alpha and had no problem. Not sure it is png24 or not. test Image

Yes, I'm using the 'Import as images' addon. That one worked too. testimage

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