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OK I Think I Did It

Posted by jojobee (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 21, 05 at 17:06

I redid it, this time making the background white.
It seemed to work, but I need it transparent.
Can you save anything in animation shop transparent?

I took it to GifWorks and made it transparent, and I think it worked.

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Sure looks good on this end!
Judy


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Transparent

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This is done transparent with the drop shadow but also I forgot the Stroke color the last time.

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Urlee how come you O has a whole in it?

I like the last one with the green, wonder why the green didn't show up on mine like that?

Not sure I'll ever get this one right.


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Jojobee,
You got me curious so I checked it out.
The reason was, because I used all capitals.

The green is created through foreground (top one) color.
Are you using PSP7 or 8?
Styles in 7 and Tool Options Palette across the top in 8.

~Urlee~


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I'm using 7 and I did that, but mine was not as wide as yours.

Thanks for all your help.
One of these days I hope to be as good at this as you guys.


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Jo, Your's looks good to me. Keep it up.
Teri


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Oh those are so cute! Is there a tut? (didn't mean to rhyme lol)

Yes Animation Shop can make transparent backgrounds.


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Yes Amy there is a tut.
You don't think I did this on my own, do you? LOL

Here ya go.


Here is a link that might be useful: Twinkle Lights


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Found the other thread. LOL I tried it with a transparent bg and it's ok as long as I post it on a white webpage. But I can't get it to look right as a true transparent file (so it would look good on a colored page)


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