Yes, but I didn't have time to save them as .gif when I posted. However, I saved the psd file so I can go in and do that tommorrow (I did that at work, during my down time).BoscosMum said:I like them both...
You are doing Great!
Did you know that if you save the file as a .gif file rather than a .jpg.
Then you can have a transparent background where the cats paw is hanging off the bottom. Do you know what I mean?
I have to use the computer for almost all aspects of my job. By having my own office (away from the boss's), no one is looking over my shoulder. But other than that, 95% of my job is waiting on information from other people. My boss knows this and as long as I'm not announcing to the world that I'm doing something not work-related, he's ok with it. *shrug* He's happy that I get my work done, on time (or early). :?BoscosMum said:I cant figure out how you guys, meaning anyone with internet access at thier jobs....can do this type of stuff and not get caught?
is it the color depth? i.e. how many bits per pixel jpeg vs. gif? also, the compression is different, but I don't know the pros & cons.ForJazz said:, the gif image's background does not smoothly change from blue to light blue, as the jpg does.