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  1. God help me if I ever want to change the background. Going the rename to agif routes bangs the background into ever layer - I may just keep both DLLs and rename one .OLD or .NEW as I need Thanks for all your help
  2. OK I just realized if take the GIF I created with the old animator and rename them the .agif I can suck them into paint.net (new plugin) and save as a new .pdn so I get the new format without having to go through the conversion The new animator will do it for me. I just have to load the old animator plugin if I only a .pdn file, create a new gif with the old plugin then remove the old plug in and suck it in with the new plugin ... Hope that makes sense Its late
  3. @lynxster4 Yes I know - converting my old .pdn will be a pain
  4. @Pixey No that doesn't really give me the same results. Plus I can sneak in an image say like a ghost on the letter S and the deleted on the letter t by covering it up with just a small but of the background. This allows me to introduce a bunch of stuff without having to redo the whole background See the two GIF file I attached Test-old.gif - done with the old Animator and Test-new.gif done with this one - I included Test-old.pdn PDN file as a TXT file just remove the .TXT and open it to look at it in paint dot net Test-old.pdn.TXT
  5. Does this plugin allow all layers to be inclusive? I used to use AnimatedGifLibrary.DLL and that would merge all the layers. Since I switched to this new GIF creator I can;t use my previous .pdn files to mage GIF cuz it loses the background and eacho ne has to be modified to work. Example Layer 1 - it contains a background image Layer 2 - It contains text just one letter say H Layer 3 - it contains the letter e next to the H Layer 4 - it contains the letter l next to the He Layer 5 - it contains the letter l next to the Hel Layer 6 - it co
  6. @Djisves, I have notice that too.I thought I had used multiple commands on a single layer but I think you are correct they don't work.
  7. Here's a copy of the read me but as @lynxster4 said it is in the download ImAPNG.FileType.ReadMe.txt
  8. OK thanks for your help - when you get back on - How do I turn off transitions ? I used a transition =fade which is nice (maybe too slow) but now everything after is using fade so I tried transition=none and I think that worked
  9. Can you combine //background; 3000ms ? My GIF doesn't seem to be waiting to go to the next frame. I used //background; 10000ms which should take for ever but nope it goes right to the next frame
  10. Good to know you only need the speed set once - I was gong nuts adding speed to all the layers The dog will be moving around too do I'll have to repeat that Hello layer bunch - I suppose I could duplicate the background and the hello layers, merge the layers down and then set a new //Background and add the dog there Do I have an old plug in my txt doc has Commands to define how the layer content will be used: UseAsBackground; Set this background for all following frames up to the next background command. UseAsBackground=false; means that the following frames do not use
  11. Just checking of I'm using this correctly I'm Spelling a word out letter by letter layer 1 has an image and I use //UseAsBackground layer 2 I add the H //400ms layer 3 is actually a duplicate of layer 2 and I add an e with //400ms layer 4 is actually a duplicate of layer 3 and I add an l with //400ms layer 5 is actually a duplicate of layer 4 and I add an l with //400ms layer 6 is actually a duplicate of layer 5 and I add an o with //400ms I then go back and add a few images in between to if I want to add more, like a image of a dog I must
  12. On the bright side I noticed I have to clean my edges and remove the white specks Thanks You and sorry
  13. ! am so sorry and oh boy I feel stupid now! ! ! It is transparent The place I was inserting the image to, had a white background - I ran a little test with the following and realized what a dummy ! <html> <head> <style> body { background-color: #0000ff; } </style> </head> <body> <BR><BR> <img src="file:///C:\Users\MyName\Pictures\t1\Testing.gif" alt=" - Image Not Found -" width="500" height="500"> </body> </html>
  14. @Pixey I am so sorry and oh boy I feel stupid now! ! ! It is transparent The place I was inserting the image to had a white background - I ran a little test with the following and realized what a dummy ! Thank you <html> <head> <style> body { background-color: #0000ff; } </style> </head> <body> <BR><BR> <img src="file:///C:\Users\MyName\Pictures\t1\Testing.gif" alt=" - Image Not Found -" width="500" height="500"> </body> </html>
  15. All my frames have transparent backgrounds. I save using AGIF - GIF Animation and Images (*.gif, agif) with a .gif extension
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