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    Making Image BG Transparent

    I hope this forum is the right place to ask for this help.

    This animated gif has the white background. Can someone edit it and make the white transparent on each frame.TIA!
    Last edited by JoeP; 12-09-2002 at 02:36 AM.

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    Animation created by Webpromotion, Inc. http://www.webpromotion.com
    Not to be altered, resold or distributed by end user without express written permission from Webpromotion, Inc.
    Copyright © 1997, Webpromotion, Inc. All Rights Reserved.USSPCMT

    Have you received their permission to alter it?
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    Whoops... The site I picked it up from did not mention these folks.

    I notice there is no charge, as long as I place a link on the puck. Will do, as I don't want to burn any bridges here!

    Thx, Whammy!

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    Most graphics programs can handle that...or www.gifworks.com
    Zoobie or not Zoobie...That is the problem.
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    No biggie, you wouldn't know about the notice unless you had opened the .gif in software that could read it, and it looks like you're using it on a totally non-commercial site (a kid's hockey site, if I'm not mistaken?). I'd bet they'd let you use it if you just ask anyway.

    I might ask the website you originally got it from if they have permission to redistribute it, though.
    Last edited by whammy; 12-09-2002 at 02:57 AM.
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