>Scott <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
>> Hey thanks for the information. That was the problem was the image was in
>> index mode. Changed it over to RGB and got things to work. I am sitll
>> problems but making progress. 
>> Hey Olivier I could definatly use some help here. If you would like to
>> contact me at scottpersona...@gmail.com I would appreciate it. 
>I'll do it today.
>> Here is what I have got so far and you can see the problem. I also would
>> the train to go a lot slower and also stop at the end. The train is only
>> cars long. Tried it like a dozen times and did get it to slow up once but
>> still get the other effects.
>> http://newbiescentralexch.com/00images/splash/animtrain.gif
>To slow up the movement, you need to set the delay in each frame to more
>than the default. To make each new frame hide the preceding one, you
>need to set it in (replace) mode. Thus the name of a given frame would
>frame#xx (replace) (200ms)
>for example. Then the train would simply move on the Web page. To stop
>it at the end, you need to replace the image itself by another one, or
>at least put a very very long delay in the last frame, say 100000ms.
>However, when you will use GAP's Move Path tool, it will be much easier,
>and above all you will be able to have a stable landscape behind the
>train, without being obliged to copy and merge the corresponding layer
>with all frames of the animation.
I am using the Gap move path tool to do this. I couldn't find replace mode in
the gap move path tool so I tried frame once mode and it seemed to work. I got
it to slow down by changing the (ms) in the frames but now it is kind of
jerky. I know I must be missing something

Example here: http://newbiescentralexch.com/00images/temp/train2.gif

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