OK - so it wasn't me, after all.

Thanks. I'll know next time. :)

On Mon, 29 Jan 2001, George Crary wrote:

> Kate McMillan wrote:
> >Very simple. http://www.katewerk.com/images/pissoff3_animate.gif
> >
> >Question is this - I would like to add some more color, now that my first
> >little experiment is a success. But I cannot seem to figure out how to go
> >back into the layers to bring them up for editing?
> >
> >I must be missing something obvious.
> >
> >(like rtfm.)
>
>       Yeah, I guess so - -                8->
>
>       or rather,   http://gimp-savvy.com/BOOK/   Section 9.1
>
>               9.1.1 Using GIF Files for Animation
>               9.1.2 GIMP Layers Can Behave Like Animation Frames
>               9.1.3 Saving Animations to GIF
>               9.1.4 A Second Example of Creating a GIF Animation
>               9.1.5 Animation Optimization
>               9.1.6 IWarp
>
>
>       I believe you can disassemble/reassemble animated Gifs, (with
>       various Windoze software) but it looks like it would be a lot
>       more fun to work with Gimp layers (check out the transparency stuff)
>
>       Your pissoff file is a Gif, so there's no way to get it back to
>       the original Gimp native format if you didn't save a copy of the
>       file in .XCF before converting/saving as Gif because:
>
>       "... This is the only format that can save all the GIMP features
>       and states when working on a project. If your image contains multiple
>       layers, channels, selections, or paths, you must save using the XCF
>       format to avoid losing parts of your work."  (from Section 9.2)
>
>
>       Happy Gimping, happy reading,   get that dog housebroken, eh.
>
>       g
>
>
>
>
>

-- 
Kate
http://www.katewerk.com

Reply via email to