Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by bigbuck, Apr 2, 2005.
Great link thanks!!
LOL! Except for the chessboard!
Back to the drawing board!
Mind sharing Snap's links?
I'm sure Snap won't mind
Now I worked through this 'shimmering star' tutorial and everything went sweet until I tried to open the psp file in animation shop and it said invalid file type!!!
I did a repair install on both PSP and AS now I've got quite a few entries for each in Add/remove progs?? I'm thinking about wiping them and reinstalling fresh....but I've got lots ofplugins/frames and stuff that I'll have to go and find again!! I'm not real happy at present!
Many thanks Brad and of course Snap. It sure will come in handy.
Move everything from your frames, plugins, tubes into another directory and uninstall PSP. Afterwards just move everything back.
It should work, because I did it too.
No need to wipe everything.
Hehe!! Just finished copying them to a safe place!!
I think I've sorted this....I was saving as a PSP image not an animation shop file...
How did you do that, I mean saving it as a PSP?
Great animated GIF , although it would be better to make the black background transparent.
Only a suggestion Brad.
OK.....but I'll probably get the chessboard thing again!
A big thanks to Pattie! I'm learning.....don't fully understand what I'm doing! ....but I'm learning!
Didn't need to reinstall PSP after all that.....although it never fixed my right-click problem.
If I right click a file and 'open with PSP'...windows can't find it. But if I open PSP and 'open' the file it comes up just fine??
Hey that looks just like mine!
LOL! Thank you for the 'thank you', Brad, but I just gave you the link......you did all the work.
You are pretty much into the Advanced Level tutorials now....but it really does get easier.
You're doing some pretty awesome stuff now with great imagination put into them. Pretty soon you'll be looking at taking on Photoshop!
Cheers Snap! Greatly appreciated! I'll annoy you again in the near future with some more questions .
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