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Animated Cursor Request

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The IcoCur filetype plugin (mentioned as "the Plugin" in the original post) does indeed allow animated cursors to be created.


I'm afraid I've never actually made animated cursors using the Paint.NET plugin, so I'm unable to be of much help. There have been others (such as usedHONDA) who have made animated cursor sets before, so perhaps one of them will happen along to answer your question more fully.

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All that I know to do is that the first layer should be the beginning and keep the layers going and the last layer should be the end frame.

EDIT: I just made a tut

yea thats right...ive never made one my self but im thinking it uses the same way as animated/changing brushes in gimp. each layer is the next frame


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