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Old 08-06-05, 03:47 AM
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Putting an animated GIF in a signature

I went to www.cooltext.com and made me a few animated GIFS of varying sizes, colors, etc. and have an image that's already properly sized for its corresponding website. The GIF is also exactly what I want. Right now, I'm using Paint, and do have a new photo software (Arcsoft Photo Studio) available if need be, although I'm not fully versed on its useage yet.

How do I get the flaming logo in the upper left hand corner of said pic and retain its motion capabilities?

When I place it where I want it, a message warns that its integrity would be lost, and it is since the 4 or 5 frames are cut to one.

I seem to have all the pieces ready to go, just don't have the proper glue to put them together.

I might need some direction on how to get the final product correctly sent to my image host as well.

It's really getting late and way past bedtime, but I feel better having gotten this question out there while I sleep on it.

Thanks so much,

John M

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