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    Can anyone make an image, or tell me where i can find an image of these specifications:

    It must be 256 colors, it will be a minus sign, similar to the plus sign in the attactched file. It should also be 32x32 if possible. Thanks for the help.

    Btw, it would be best if i could have the image before 5 o clock Eastern.

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    What do you mean 256 colors?

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    How's this?

    BTW just out of interest, is there any real reason why you're using bitmaps? bmps are.. obsolete by most standards nowaday - they're ususally poor quality unless you spend forever optimising them, and ususally have ridiculosly large file sizes.

    Hope this helps.

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    Forgot to attach.. I'm getting good at that.
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    Originally posted by bluntknife
    How's this?

    BTW just out of interest, is there any real reason why you're using bitmaps? bmps are.. obsolete by most standards nowaday - they're ususally poor quality unless you spend forever optimising them, and ususally have ridiculosly large file sizes.

    Hope this helps.

    Ollie
    The last thing they are is poor quality...they're completely uncompressed...
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    Senior Member bluntknife's Avatar
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    Well... they're poor quality when I make them :'(
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    that's the artist then, not the format LOL

    Actually bitmaps are pixmaps. The term bitmaps is used usually for greyscale uncompressed images.
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    look - a distraction!!!!

    *runs away to sulk in the corner*
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    LOL I was just kidding
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