(SOLVED)WHITE FRAME SIZE PROBLEM IN SPRITE SHEETS

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I'm trying to figure out how to change the size of the white frame when it highlights one of your sprite animations where your character walks.

But for some odd reason, it seemed to shrunk compare to another character tileset.

Here's this custom sprite:

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And here's MY custom sprite:







RPG HELP P.PNG

Is there a way to adjust this white frame?
 

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The size is variable. For files without "$" in front of it, the size is:
Code:
width = Image Width / 4
height = Image Height / 2
EDIT: I need to make a correction, the size I gave for the "$" was for when selecting a single cell. In the selecting image window/choosing actor character window, "$" files are just selected as a whole, with no white cursor. The "$" basically simply means that the game will read the whole image as one character set instead of 8 character sets like in regular image.
 

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The size is variable. For files without "$" in front of it, the size is:
Code:
width = Image Width / 4
height = Image Height / 2
For files with an "$" in front of it, the size is:
Code:
width = Image Width / 3
height = Image Height / 4

Ok...

How do I do it? Exactly? Just put a "$Pride Sprite" and that's it?
 

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Sorry, I made a correction to the above post. The $ before a file name will just tell the game to read the file as a single character set (unlike regular image which are read like 8 character set, 4 horizontally and 2 vertically).

Yes, if you simply put an $ in front of the file name, it should select the entire file.
 

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Sorry, I made a correction to the above post. The $ before a file name will just tell the game to read the file as a single character set (unlike regular image which are read like 8 character set, 4 horizontally and 2 vertically).

Yes, if you simply put an $ in front of the file name, it should select the entire file.

Like this?

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UPDATE:


IT WORKED! Thanks!
 

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@Croco In the future, please report your post and ask for it to be closed when you've gotten the solution. Mods may not notice when a post is updated to say the problem is solved, but we'll definitely see a report. But since I'm here... :)

This thread is being closed, due to being solved. If for some reason you would like this thread re-opened, please report this post and leave a message why. Thank you.

 
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