Animation help please

'Shy

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I found an avatar I want to use, it's a .gif and it's too big so I need to resize it. Problem is, when I open it up in psp5 to redice the size its just a black square and somehow it's not an animation any more. There used to be a facility called "animation shop" in psp somewhere but I can't find it. Can anyone help please?
 

'Shy

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Oooo, don't shout at me :( I'm female and blonde and weak and now you made me cry :(

Thanks tho, fixed!
 

k9awya

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only reason i post is to make you cry

i would say glad to be of help but tbh im not, i have no idea why i helped
 

Flesh

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'Shy, I like your new avatar:p

k9 I have a sudden urge to tell you you're a wanker. :(
 

'Shy

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Well that's good that you're honest. I can see we're going to get along just fine :)
 

Loxleyhood

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Flesh said:
'Shy, I like your new avatar:p

k9 I have a sudden urge to tell you you're a wanker. :(
Put him on ignore, it hugely increases the enjoyment of the forums.
 

Flesh

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Neurotransmitters..hmm..I have a cunning feelingg the purple things are synapses!
Please prove me right, it'll make me look clever. ;o
 

Flesh

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I would be, but without full function of my brain I'd probably be suicidal. :(
 

'Shy

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Well, that sure killed the conversation!

Back to the forge with me I guess.. :)
 

pez

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I wonder if theres a higher than normal proportion of daoc players on prozac, my money would be on 'yes'.
 

Brynn

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I thought it was something to do with the Ovaries...then i read on and was horribly wrong.
 

Flesh

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Passing through synapses!
The yellow stuff is seratonin, but we're debating the purple stuff damnit woman!
 

old.Osy

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Shy, bananas contain that stuff. Would you like a bannana ?

edit: bloody hell, dinged Sun with this post. I hate myself.
 

'Shy

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old.Osy said:
Shy, bananas contain that stuff. Would you like a bannana ?

edit: bloody hell, dinged Sun with this post. I hate myself.
I'm not allowed bananas, they contain to much sugar :(
 

Covenant

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pez said:
I wonder if theres a higher than normal proportion of daoc players on prozac, my money would be on 'yes'.
1 in 6 people suffer from a form of depression. So, yes, you're probably right.
 

swords

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Purple things are nerves.
got the pre synaptic membrane where the seratonin is released.
post synaptic membrande where the seratonin reaches and causes the action potential to begin in the new neuron.
and then it shows the neurotransmitter substrates being reabsorbed afaik.

Prozac is the AD which increases seratonin released into the Synaptic cleft (the gap between the two membranes.)

all in all a very interesting and dynamic avatar 10/10 :clap:
 

'Shy

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swords said:
Purple things are nerves.
got the pre synaptic membrane where the seratonin is released.
post synaptic membrande where the seratonin reaches and causes the action potential to begin in the new neuron.
and then it shows the neurotransmitter substrates being reabsorbed afaik.

Prozac is the AD which increases seratonin released into the Synaptic cleft (the gap between the two membranes.)

all in all a very interesting and dynamic avatar 10/10 :clap:
The diagram is showing the imbalance - if you look closely the seratonin is not being distributed evenly. Thats where the prozac comes in, to help balance it out and make it all work properly again :)
 

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