Hi Michael, hi list, On Tue, 02 Oct 2007 11:13:46 -0600 "Michael J. Hammel" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Oct 2007 18:32:02 +0200 Frank Lanitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > wrote: > > I've got a small problem with creating splash screens for grub with > > my GIMP. I need to create a file *.xpm.gz with this things: > > > > Basic instructions: > > * xpm file format > > * 640x480 > > * 14 colors only > > > > and I have no idea, how to mange it. Any hints? ;) > > XPM format: Simple - just save the file with an extension of .xpm. > In the Save As dialog make sure the Select File Type option says "(By > Extension)" next to it. > 640x480: When you start to create your image, create a canvas of that > size (File->New). Alternatively, scale your canvas to that size before > saving (though this will likely distort the image a bit, especially > when you only have 14 colors to work with). > 14 colors: After you create your 640x80 canvas, draw or paint your > image, then before you save it convert it to an Indexed Mode image > (Image->Mode->Indexed). In the Indexed Color Conversion dialog that > opens, choose "Generate Optimum Palette" and set the maximum number of > colors to 14. Thanks. It worked perfect. I'm happy :) Frank P.S. Who changed my MsgID?
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