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  1. Oh, ok. Is there anyway to make my background transparent for my animated graphic through paint.net with? Would an .apdn file support it? and would that file convert to .gif? THankyou so much for answering all my questions! Actually I've been experimenting...becuase this has been really bothering me. And if you make all your backgrounds white and then save as .agif it makes the background transparent for you! Thanks Again!
  2. OK I got it to work once. But now when I save my files as .agif the screen pops up to ask me about delay and looping etc, but everything transparent and even more always turns black and stays there saving my animated graphic that way. What am I doing wrong?
  3. Thankyou. I think I got it. Thanks for the plugins. -Myke
  4. Thankyou. I think I got it. Thanks for the plugins. -Myke
  5. Thankyou. I think I got it. Thanks for the plugins. -Myke
  6. I finally got everything downloaded and installed. But I don't know exactly how to work the animated gif files etc. I've made animated gifs manually by saving each layer as a .gif file of it's own and then putting them in the animation program like UNfreeze. (ie: http://i548.photobucket.com/albums/ii340/mykesmayl/ShippingOutBlinkie.gif ) Will this plugin animate the layers with out me having to save each layer? If so how exactly? I tried just saving it as and .agif file, but it didn't work. Also tried to save as .avi file, but it wanted to flatten all the layers... so ovbiously that didn't work either. Also trying to open animated gif in paint.net, is it suspossed to seperate the layers again? Because I haven't been able to do that either. Any advice would be great. Thanks, Myke
  7. I finally got everything downloaded and installed. But I don't know exactly how to work the animated gif files etc. I've made animated gifs manually by saving each layer as a .gif file of it's own and then putting them in the animation program like UNfreeze. (ie: http://i548.photobucket.com/albums/ii340/mykesmayl/ShippingOutBlinkie.gif ) Will this plugin animate the layers with out me having to save each layer? If so how exactly? I tried just saving it as and .agif file, but it didn't work. Also tried to save as .avi file, but it wanted to flatten all the layers... so ovbiously that didn't work either. Also trying to open animated gif in paint.net, is it suspossed to seperate the layers again? Because I haven't been able to do that either. Any advice would be great. Thanks, Myke
  8. I finally got everything downloaded and installed. But I don't know exactly how to work the animated gif files etc. I've made animated gifs manually by saving each layer as a .gif file of it's own and then putting them in the animation program like UNfreeze. (ie: http://i548.photobucket.com/albums/ii340/mykesmayl/ShippingOutBlinkie.gif ) Will this plugin animate the layers with out me having to save each layer? If so how exactly? I tried just saving it as and .agif file, but it didn't work. Also tried to save as .avi file, but it wanted to flatten all the layers... so ovbiously that didn't work either. Also trying to open animated gif in paint.net, is it suspossed to seperate the layers again? Because I haven't been able to do that either. Any advice would be great. Thanks, Myke
  9. ok. Is "this" susposed to be a link? it didn't work. There was no where to download your pack.
  10. ok. Is "this" susposed to be a link? it didn't work. There was no where to download your pack.
  11. ok. Is "this" susposed to be a link? it didn't work. There was no where to download your pack.
  12. Here is a plugin to open and save animated GIFs, one frame into each layer. You will have to rename them to .agif to be imported and rename them after saving (I did this to avoid conflict with the built-in GIF handler). Place this plugin in the FileTypes folder. WHERE IS THE PLUGIN??? There is no link ANYWHERE to let me download. Please tell me where to find the file... or attach it to reply. Thankyou very much.
  13. Here is a plugin to open and save animated GIFs, one frame into each layer. You will have to rename them to .agif to be imported and rename them after saving (I did this to avoid conflict with the built-in GIF handler). Place this plugin in the FileTypes folder. WHERE IS THE PLUGIN??? There is no link ANYWHERE to let me download. Please tell me where to find the file... or attach it to reply. Thankyou very much.
  14. Here is a plugin to open and save animated GIFs, one frame into each layer. You will have to rename them to .agif to be imported and rename them after saving (I did this to avoid conflict with the built-in GIF handler). Place this plugin in the FileTypes folder. WHERE IS THE PLUGIN??? There is no link ANYWHERE to let me download. Please tell me where to find the file... or attach it to reply. Thankyou very much.