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  1. You're using a pattern/texture in your background, whereas the previous entry had none. If you want that pattern in yours, you're going to have to blend into it from left-to-right...meaning the left hand side should have the black that matches the previous entry. The easiest way to accomplish this in Photoshop is to create a layer mask and go from black to transparent.



    I did not understand what the issue was till you said the texture..

    Da da der!


  2. well we'll see if mikeock redoes his, otherwise you can always account for the white.


    What can i do to rectify this?

    I have no problem fixing it if it is on my end!



    Edit: the seam appears to be me


    Seam fixed:


  3. I think I'll just use Windows search and search the root folder for ! and remove it from whatever files come up.


    Many thanks again for your help, this is exactly what I was looking for.

    I am surprised that xp allows a ! in a file name....

  4. Not quite...





    Tidy up the white line and tweak the seam a bit and I think it will be fine...

    ok give me just a few minutes and i shall


    Well i seem to be "special".

    When i expand the canvas in Gimp it does not allow me to see what is on the other edge of the canvas, thus where my problem came in.

  5. What you need to do is make a 600x400 picture that seamlessly blends into the previous picture, hence making a one big "worm" of a picture.


    So you would start with this one:



    I am looking into it.


    Edit: makes sense why i was lost. That last pic is missing from the whole worm.

  6. Hey,

    I navigated to those directories and even did a search but the do no show up.





    Those are not there.

    That's interesting.

    The files that is listing should be the debug files that state what happened and why....

    If they are not there makes it extremely difficult to determine what has happened.

  7. Hey all, I reinstalled good old XP Pro (x86) and it's all legit and upto date. I haven't added any new software or hardware in the last few days aside from Windows updates and AVG updates.


    Suddenly I got this BSOD and a restart. This message came up after logon:


    BCCode : 100000c5 BCP1 : 00000000 BCP2 : 00000002 BCP3 : 00000001

    BCP4 : 8054B10D OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 3_0 Product : 256_1





    I did google but had no luck.


    Any ideas?


    Whats in the xml and the .dmp files?