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FiNGOLFiN

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  1. Now this isn't a plug to deviantart, or the respective artists, but it's where I've found the best pixelart ever.

    If you don't know what pixel art is, well just have a look :D

    http://stridenoble.deviantart.com/art/P ... n-27892167

    http://multivitamin.deviantart.com/art/ ... IV-1765051

    http://tn1-5.pv.deviantart.com/fs4/150/ ... Town_2.png

    http://multivitamin.deviantart.com/art/ ... II-3118796

    http://tn1-5.pv.deviantart.com/150/imag ... Begins.png

    http://gunstar-red.deviantart.com/art/G ... AS-7071198

    This is personally my favourite by far:

    http://shambolic-art.deviantart.com/art ... D-38033773

    Wait for it to fully load (when the FPS speed up)

    See if you can find any other good pixelart pictures!

  2. GIMP has an SDI ;)

    That's simply because they are used to MDIs, and especially people that have photoshop, then try GIMP would find it very strange to use, however people that use GIMP for an extended amount of time will come to terms with it and find it very useful. It's a bit like the gnu emacs debate.

    Anyway, this is the pnet forums, lets stop going off topic. Closing this topic would be one way ;)

  3. *sigh*. No offence, but if you had bothered to actually read my post with even a small amount of attention then you would of realised that I wasn't looking to open it multiple times, but to put two or more images side by side, and that that was the how I did it with v2, though it was hardly ideal.

    So can I have a straight answers: is it possible to compare two images side by side with whatever method in v3?

  4. the new feature of having more than one image open is cool, however i have found no way to have more than one image open at a time, next to each other,which i need to do. in pnet 2.72 i did this by opening loads of exe's then making them small and putting next to each other. is their a way to do this properly on v3 yet?

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