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  • Steve Machol
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    I've posted my Halloween Style set in this thread:

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...threadid=30573

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  • Steve Machol
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    Yeah I will. I need to strip out some things that are unique to my site and would only confuse everyone else. If I haven't posted it by tomorrow, send me an email reminder.

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  • TheHideoutGuy
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    I like the theme!

    Steve, I love your Halloween theme, it rocks!! Were you still planning on releasing it?

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  • FWC
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    Originally posted by smachol
    Thanks again Sinecure for the Jack-O-Lantern gifs. I turned the ON.GIF into a blinking one. Here it is for anyone that's interested:
    I'm a sucker for toys. I added the animation. Thanks again to Sinecure and Smach....I mean Steve.

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  • Steve Machol
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    Sure, if you want. These are both the transparent versions.

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  • Sinecure
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    did u want me to include these in the ZIP file under black,white and trans??

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  • Steve Machol
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    Also, here's the OFFLOCK.GIF:

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  • Steve Machol
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    Thanks again Sinecure for the Jack-O-Lantern gifs. I turned the ON.GIF into a blinking one. Here it is for anyone that's interested:

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  • Sinecure
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    Thats awesome steve, if you need any help or advice just shoot me a PM

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  • Karas
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    Cool!

    That looks really neat!

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  • Steve Machol
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    It's not done yet, but feel free to check out my Halloween style set. When done, I'll post it on the forums for dowload.

    http://www.optiboard.com/forums/index.php?s=&styleid=32

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  • Karas
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    true

    its not Photoshop...but in essence it does alot of what is needed for most average users / admins....it does suffer a bit for high end desires.


    The one thing I find completely frustrating was Photoimpact. It had this great animated text area etc....which is fine and dandy..but if you apply it to a static piece...and save it...it wont save it as an animation...it saves only the *text* as animation...

    I ended up getting fed up...so I'd make the base art..then pull it into a gif animator like Ulead or such..and do it there..but what stinks is Ulead is limited in its text animation stock whereas the stuff in Photoimpact looked nice....ah well

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  • Delhaze
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    Originally posted by wluke
    There is a version for Windows as well.. I downloaded, installed it, tried to use it to modify the vBulletin graphics, uninstalled it and deleted it.

    It has a pretty pathetic interface. At least for a Windows Application. It looks like the whole thing was written in Java which is also a drawback in my opinion. It was slow and unresponsive and poorly implemented layer controls and other features.

    However, I have to agree with Paint Shop Pro. It is well worth the money and in my book a much better value than Photoshop.
    I downloaded and installed it on windows, and came to the exact same conclusions about its interface, and also unistalled and deleted it.

    Paint Shop Pro is excellent value for money, and I also use it, it's a lot easier to get some simple things done with it. However its biggest drawback is .... - it isn't Photoshop.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    There is a version for Windows as well.. I downloaded, installed it, tried to use it to modify the vBulletin graphics, uninstalled it and deleted it.

    It has a pretty pathetic interface. At least for a Windows Application. It looks like the whole thing was written in Java which is also a drawback in my opinion. It was slow and unresponsive and poorly implemented layer controls and other features.

    However, I have to agree with Paint Shop Pro. It is well worth the money and in my book a much better value than Photoshop.

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  • Sinecure
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    Yeah, I know its pretty similar to Photoshop, and Linux definatly needs a good graphics proggy. A lot of people have switched over to that in order to boycott adobe.

    http://www.boycottadobe.com if anyone is interested

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