I am not sure this trick will helpGreat stuff! It really helps a great deal. I have one minor suggestion:
Here is what they look like on my forum
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I would suggest using a neutral grey (127,127, 127) for a background to anti-alias to before added the transparent the mask instead of white. By doing this, the outline from the anti-alias will not stick out on either light or dark themes.
yes, but this is a "hard" project for me i will try to do that if time allows me . . . .Hrm - yah that does not look quite right. There should only be grey edge not a white edge. I believe this is done in one of two ways:
1) Create the graphic with a mask - no anti-alias and then anti-alias the masked image to a grey background.
2) The other is is anti-alias the image with a mask with the actually transparency layer. So the edges are actually more transparent.
Here is a an example of one that seems to be anti-aliased correctly for any background - light or dark.
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Does this help explain?
You can upload complete folder to your web root or any place you like, then:Hi Guys , quick question.
I downloaded Waindigo's smilie importer add on. Then I downloaded these. I noticed they are not in a xml file.
How do I get these to show in the Smilies option in ACP? Also I am a new to sprites etc so I need pretty exact tutorial. thanks