Transparancy

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  1. amazonwalrus

    amazonwalrus Veteran Veteran

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    How do I make this sheet transparent?

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    KanaX Just being a mouse Veteran

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    Here you go.


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    thanks, love you!. hey. is that for xp? how can i resize it for mv?
     
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    mlogan Global Moderators Global Mod

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    I've moved this thread to Resource Support. Please be sure to post your threads in the correct forum next time. Thank you.


    The link where you got the resource would hopefully say what maker it is for. However, whether it needs to be resized entirely depends on how you intend to use the resource.
     
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    working with mspaint was way easier back in the xp days. dont guess you can do that with mv tiles right?
     
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    mlogan Global Moderators Global Mod

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    I have no idea what you mean.
     
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    Sharm Pixel Tile Artist Veteran

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    MS Paint was always a terrible choice for graphic editing.  It's just way too limited.  You need transparency support and it's nice to have layers.  I hear that paint.net is good for people who like MS Paint but need more.
     
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