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hawaiman

Joined: 13 November 2003
Posts: 7
05 December 2003 13:27 (UK time)

I have made a drawing in paint and saved it in PCX (a very complicated method, because i could'nt save it as a PCX in paint...).

So far, so good. But every time i am trying to make a sprite using the drawing, it chrashes!!!!!!

Am i doing something wrong?

Is there an easy way to convert bitmaps to PCX?

When i load the drawing, I click on (new bitmap). Is that a wrong way to do it?

Hawaiman






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Raaka-arska

Joined: 22 September 2003
Posts: 109
05 December 2003 14:29 (UK time)

First of all you are doing it wrong.
When you have created a pcx image you have to click the menu and then Add new frame and then Import PCX to current frame in the sprite editor.
Subbitmaps are used to create rotating stuff to sprites.
If your drawnings have odd colors then you have to draw your sprites with another programm I suggest using paint shop pro instead of paint.

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hawaiman

Joined: 13 November 2003
Posts: 7
05 December 2003 18:10 (UK time)

First of all, thanks Suomalainen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

now, my next problem is: how can i make it stand still???

Hawaiman

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Raaka-arska

Joined: 22 September 2003
Posts: 109
06 December 2003 08:19 (UK time)

Uhm... stand still? What do you mean?

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hawaiman

Joined: 13 November 2003
Posts: 7
06 December 2003 13:25 (UK time)

OOPS!

It was just that every time I did view the sprite, it just turīned around all the time. But then i put it in my map, and then it was still.

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James Bunting
Joined: 17 September 2003
Posts: 1302
10 December 2003 18:13 (UK time)

:o)

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