Notebook Frame Transparent File

DeGrey

Joined: 2005-05-20
Posts: 2
Posted: Fri, 2005-05-20 03:55

Hey everybody, I've been using G2 for some time now and was always a little bothered by the white matte on the notebook frame over the light grey background. I finally sat down and created a Photoshop file so I can change the matte color to whatever I need so the drop shadow looks nicer. Just wanted to know if anyone else would be interested in this since I spent the time to create the file. If you have Image Ready installed, you can open this file, enter the HEX of the background matte you want, and save it out. The slices are named correctly so it generates all of the gif images for you. If there is any interest I'll share the file.
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bharat
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Joined: 2002-05-21
Posts: 7993
Posted: Sat, 2005-05-21 21:56

Please share! I'm sure there are interested folks out there (and we can add this to the "user contributions" page).

 
DeGrey

Joined: 2005-05-20
Posts: 2
Posted: Sat, 2005-05-21 22:19

Enjoy!

 
Knight Scene
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Joined: 2006-03-06
Posts: 37
Posted: Tue, 2006-03-07 14:25

I'd find this a facination too. Im just developing some graphic frames as well.
Is there anyway it can be used in PSP latest version?
KnightScene.

 
azdev

Joined: 2006-07-13
Posts: 3
Posted: Thu, 2006-07-13 16:01

Hi,
I'm trying to frame my images using the phpThumb system instead of cutting the frames images apart. All the sizing and overlay info is included in the url string. If change PINEAPPLE.jpg to WATERMELLON.jpg I'd end up with a framed image of a watermellon. PhpThumb is able to scale everything correctly once the string is set up.

http://phpthumb.sourceforge.net/demo/phpThumb.php?SCR=IMAGES/PINEAPPLE.JPG&w=200&fltr[]=over|images/frame2.png|1&down=..%2FphpThumb.php%3Fsrc%3Dimages%2Fpineapple.jpg%26w%3D200%26fltr%5B%5D%3Dover%7Cimages%2Fframe2.png%7C1

Is there a way to use the css method for creating a framed photo, where the css info would hold all the url string EXCEPT pineapple.jpg?

Any other ideas?

Cheers,
ethan