Easy way to resize animated .gif files

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  1. technokid88

    technokid88 Part of a System Folding Team

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    Ok I’m sure a lot of people saved an animated gif file and tried to resize it and after resizing it the animation stopped. Ok I found an easy solution for you people.

    First go visit this site http://www.gifworks.com/cgi-bin/gifworks.pl?com=transfer_open

    This is a free online tool, to resize animated gif files. It’s pretty easy to use; all you do is click file and then open on the screen. But on this line I already have it open all you have to fetch the image file or upload it from your pc. Then you can save it. Hope this helps out.

    *If you uncheck the DHTML Menus, then you can pick a custom size
     
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  2. Bman

    Bman OSNN Veteran Original

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    Shouldn't this be posted in Applications?

    Thanks for the link..
     
  3. technokid88

    technokid88 Part of a System Folding Team

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    mods free free to move...
     
  4. Jewelzz

    Jewelzz OSNN Godlike Veteran

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    Can ya make the font any bigger? :s
     
  5. Bman

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    lmao
     
  6. technokid88

    technokid88 Part of a System Folding Team

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    lol i was thining about making it bigger then that lol... j/k Oh i fixed it.. hope its easy on the eyes now..
     
  7. Bman

    Bman OSNN Veteran Original

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    you Should Of!!!
     
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  9. technokid88

    technokid88 Part of a System Folding Team

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    lol

    A: No, it’s not correct, though it’s something you will come across in casual writing. This is in fact a situation where written English has been influenced by speech, because should’ve sounds like should of when it’s said quickly. However, should’ve is the shortened form of should have: You should have [not should of] warned me.
     
  10. gonaads

    gonaads Beware the G-Man Political User Folding Team

    Nice font. Sooooooo, what was the question?











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