Adding custom items

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AuthorTopic: Adding custom items
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I created a custom item using paint and when I put it into my scenario for some reason the colour of the object is a few tones darker then it was in paint, is their anyway to get my items to keep their original colour?

Worship the monkey
Posts: 20 | Registered: Wednesday, August 18 2004 07:00
The Establishment
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This is probably due to the way Blades formats the object. Try making the object a few tones lighter and see if that works.

Your flower power is no match for my glower power!
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Shock Trooper
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You should also make sure the icon adjust variable is set to the correct value.
Posts: 264 | Registered: Wednesday, June 16 2004 07:00
Member # 4778
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i had a similar problem: a perfect blue changed to be slightly purple. icon adjust is ok.

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Posts: 188 | Registered: Monday, July 26 2004 07:00
Shock Trooper
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Reopen the file in paint, and have another look. When you save, the colours may have been changed. Paint works badly with palette changes. Also check that your colours are to the correct format - remember, BoA takes 256 colour 8 bit bitmaps.

Finally, lighting and shadows may alter your colours. Or perhaps its psychological?
Posts: 269 | Registered: Saturday, May 24 2003 07:00
Member # 4895
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hehe. Maybe a shrink would be benificial?

The raving lunatic IS HERE!!!
Posts: 18 | Registered: Tuesday, August 24 2004 07:00
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Originally written by FZ:

Reopen the file in paint
Oh, I didn't metion that I work with photoshop 6.0, not paint!
and i know how to change it, my profession are graphics, but i'm not willing to change it...

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Posts: 188 | Registered: Monday, July 26 2004 07:00