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This is a hard one

Discussion in 'Icewind Dale (Classic)' started by CRF2, Sep 16, 2001.

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    [​IMG] I got my portraits in but, L AND S don't do no good because no matter what I do I get the opposite size I need. What is going on? L is large but will only work at small so I get a corner of the pic. S is small but will only work at large so that the portraits only take up a small corner of space. HELP
     
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    [​IMG] You've obviously named them wrong. You added L to the small pic and S to the large one. Rename them. (Btw, you didn't have to make a new topic for this, you could've just asked in the old one.) :almostmad:
     
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    [​IMG] I'm sorry but I just begining to get the swing of the tech stuff. I play good and can put to gether a good party. I'm just a beginer at tech. I put 4 copies of the same portrait 2 resiezed to 36x58 and put S & L after each I also put 2 110x170 portraits
    in and did the same. Now what do I do? I don't mean to be a tech dumbie but I need help.
     
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    you put S after the small images and L after the big ones. After that, do as you first did when choosing portraits for your characters
     
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    [​IMG] I get it a large and small copy of 1 pic is needed.
     
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    [​IMG] About time that you did!
     
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    Now can you teach me how to make portraits? I got pics and cut and paste to 110x170 size but I get white space at the top or side. How do you get it just right?
     
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    Uh, that totally depends on what graphic program you use. ;)
    But for starters, make a new blank picture of the exact size that you need, and then copy the portrait on it. That way you won't have any white space anywhere.
     
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    I have mgi photo suite 8.05. If I use the hole pic the head shot will be to small to see. Also some pics will squize so that the pic is flatened in the new size.
     
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