my cursor shows as all black
mfstuart at cox.net
Wed Mar 5 19:44:21 EST 2008
I don't have PhotoShop (as Steve mentions to use), I have Axialis'
I downloaded there Cursor Workshop 4.5, but the only Save As file type is
So I'm trying all different ways to save the image file in IconWorkshop, but
still the black image result.
When I save as .png, and use it in RunRev, it crashes.
Anyone using Axialis' IconWorkshop and able to get the correct results for
Mark Schonewille-3 wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Steve Goldberg created a set of cursors and made a standalone
> application containing a recipe to make cursors. You can find it on
> the Economy-x-Talk homepage. Click on Developers in the sidebar on the
> left and scroll down to halfway the page. I hope it helps.
> Best regards,
> Mark Schonewille
> Economy-x-Talk Consulting and Software Engineering
> Convert colours between different colour spaces with Color Converter.
> Download at http://economy-x-talk.com/cc.html
> On 5 mrt 2008, at 22:22, mfstuart wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> My cursor shows as all black when using it in a stack. I can't get
>> it to
>> show as the original image - black and white.
>> I know there's a set of cursors out there, but I'd like to create my
>> own for
>> the WinXP OS.
>> This is what I've done:
>> First I looked at the RunRev revCursors stack to see how the image was
>> created - a 32x32 gif format.
>> So I created my cursor 32x32 pixels with just black and white and with
>> transparency and saved it as a gif file.
>> I imported the image and used the img id in the "set cursor to 1008"
>> in the
>> The script works by setting the cursor, but the image is all black,
>> and not
>> white and black like I created it.
>> What am I doing wrong?
>> Mark Stuart
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