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curious, why do people that use animated gifs in their sigs use "multi part images" displayed together instead of just making the image one gif?

 

I am look forward to hearing the answer to this one.

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EXACTLY. It does drop the quality, the outside effects do not work with .gif like it does as a .png. So to make the sig look great you have to chop up the sig to separate the animated part.

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It doesn't drop the quality of the actual image, but it creates this white casting across the outside edges of anything that has shadowing. Making it one huge .gif will show any outside parts that aren't in a constrained portion. Such as a square or rectangle.

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