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    Flickering on image ready animations.

    I have created a small animation, but thei mage frames seem to flicker when i play it back in GIF format.
    How the hell do I eliminate this?
    I have tried everything!!
    Any help will be much appreciated.

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    Can you show us the image?
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    Name:  Super Mario World.gif
Views: 190
Size:  68.1 KB

    I am fairly new to this, so don't laugh.

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    It doesn't flicker when it's played on here, but flickers when played in my windows document viewer.

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    Ah, good old Windows . At least you know your image is okay. I guess your next task is to find a better image viewer.

    You can preview your images in a browser if you like - that might work better.
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    i have placed similar animations on my webpage, they seem to run fine through I.E.
    If i wanted to email a friend this email, what format would be the bets for me to send it in. Through a html document??
    Thanks for the help.

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    HTML emails are evil, use plain text emails.

    Sending the file as a GIF should be fine - there's a 90% chance the receiver will double-click it and it will open in their browser. If they have some other program set to open GIFs, then they probably know what to do with it anyway.
    Dave Owen
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