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Subject: Re: FLASH: Question
From: Lee Cain
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 18:02:17 GMT

Paint Shop Pro is a great low cost alternative to Photoshop. It accepts
industry standard Photoshop Plugins, & can do almost as much. For a while it
was easier to use, especially in making gifs. When you want to save a
picture as something other than it's default format, use the "save as"
function, there's every imaginable format there.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan" <dmerfeldatyahoo [dot] com>
To: <flasheratchinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2000 10:22 AM
Subject: Re: FLASH: Question


> Paintshop is a knock off of a program called
> Photoshop.
>
> Adobe makes it. It's the industry standard. If your
> going to use a program that isn't an industry standard
> you will come across such problems.
>
> It sucks, but it's the way of the world.
>
> dan
> --- iberick9109ataol [dot] com wrote:
> > I don't know if I"m doing this right, so if not, I'm
> > sorry. . .but. . .
> >
> > My question is this:
> >
> > I prefer to use paint shop pro 7 over the other
> > graphic programs out there.
> > It seems to be the most advanced of all of the
> > various programs. . .but the
> > problem is, that to take advantage of all it's
> > features, it usually requires
> > documents be saved as *psp files. Well, these files
> > are not compatible with
> > flash. Although you can save files as *png files
> > using psp. . .it comes out
> > flat, and transperancy is often lost. Is there any
> > other solutioun to this?
> > I mean, it's not THAT big a deal to create directly
> > in flash . ..i just
> > prefer psp, since I've been using it for quite
> > awhile now, and you can do so
> > many more things with colors.
> >
> >
> >
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