>VERY cool concept, love teh cat.
>What I have done in the past is open up the FB [yourname] page, make
>sure that the browser's View is set to "zoom 100%".  Take a screen
>shot of the page with some image editor or other (File > Create >
>Screenshot), crop it down to just the header image and avatar image,
>save that, and use it as a layout template for the project.  Useng
>separate layers for the header and background images, so they can be
>saved as two different images for The Facebook to use.
>With any luck, The Facebook will put these two images together as
>they appeared when you saved them as individual images.  Actually
>seamless is not a likely outcome, because The Facebook will put
>frame around the avatar image; but if the alignment comes out as
>intended, it should look like the frame is overlaying one image,
>rather than combining two.
I'v made a try to seamless transitions on FB. However they crop the profile to
160 pixels..so I  blurred the background....going  to count pixels.. to make a
better version :)

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