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Hi Guys, I have not been on ozzu for a wee while as it is new registration month for vehicles in the UK. I need some help in resizing gif files, when I resize them I am at a loss as to why it is only saving the one pic. Have a look at http://www.lease2u.co.uk and you will see what I mean. I cannot resize the two files to show in both boxes even though I have adjusted the css style sheet.

Any help is appreciated.
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I'm actually having a problem understanding what the problem is here. The gif files i'm guessing in this case is the animated image show, to me that looks alright.

Have you been using Photoshop to create the .gif files?

I'm going to move this to Digital Art forum.
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Hi SB,

Yes they are animated gif files. The problem is that when I resize them in photoshop they lose the formatting and it is only the first picture that is saved.
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So opening the orignal psd and image >> image size adjustment isn't working. It does for me. Maybe I'm not understanding.
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Hi murciel, my problem must be that I do not have the original file.
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I don't believe, that in Photoshop, that you can only have the output file to do what you want. The following link appears to be a way around the problem http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.3bc3ea8e

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you can open it as and animated seqence, there's a trick involved. It's stupid but it works.

File -> import-> video to layers.

in the dialogue box type "*.*" to show all file types.

select the animated Gif you wish to open. The dialogue will ask you which frames to import

open the animation pallet and you will see all the frames asked for.

It's not documented but works perfectly, I think is was an oversight be Adobe but really Kristyns reaction was a little over the top.


But I have not tried it, so it may not work.

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