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    Here is another one!



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       #82

    Now that I really like Paul. How about doing it with some opacity?
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       #83

    TheBull said:
    Now that I really like Paul. How about doing it with some opacity?
    Thanks! Now what is opacity? Do you mean transparent? lol
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       #84

    pauliewog said:
    Thanks! Now what is opacity? Do you mean transparent? lol
    Jip! :)
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       #85

    Here are some others I've been working on. Incorporating Pauliewog's,

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    And this one with button overlay,

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    Last edited by TheBull; 22 Aug 2009 at 04:20. Reason: Added image.
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  6. Posts : 411
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       #86

    I'll say one thing Bull your one of the hardest workers on Seven Forums!!
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       #87

    pauliewog said:
    I'll say one thing Bull your one of the hardest workers on Seven Forums!!
    Thanks, don't know if it's a compliment.......
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       #88

    pauliewog said:
    Thanks! Now what is opacity? Do you mean transparent? lol
    Opacity is the opposite of transparency...
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       #89

    Tews said:
    Opacity is the opposite of transparency...
    Thanks mate! As long as you know what I meant!
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       #90

    Tews said:
    Opacity is the opposite of transparency...
    exactly, the more opaque a thing is the less see-through/transparent it is.
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