mtnkayla

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  1. Tyty! Looks MUCH better! I think I knew that & was just having a blonde moment, lol. I thought there might be a way to do it and still keep the file size smaller. Thanks again!
  2. Hiya! This might be a silly question but I am wondering if there's a way to improve the image quality when you save something that is a pdn file with layers to a compressed .gif file? I'll use a photo as a base and put a frame and some embellishments on them, but when I flatten them as they are saved as .gifs the image clarity goes away when I upload them to my hosting site and paste the links to them..they end up looking grainy for lack of a better word and not "picture" quality..here's an example of an image I embellished. It ends up looking more like a painting then a photo image and it's a great photo of sunrise behind mountains. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated! http://i980.photobucket.com/albums/ae284/mtnkayla/sunrisemtn9.gif