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Avoid GIFs for complex images as it has a limited colorspace.
I think that should be changed to:
Avoid GIFs for complex images as they have a limited colorspace.
- Cool. Thanks. This has been fixed. — THE TROM — 05:11, 21 June 2009 (UTC)
Left to do!
Pokémon only, in-battle sprites.
|Generation I Trainer sprites||100|
|Generation II Trainer sprites||78|
|Generation III Trainer sprites||179|
|Generation IV Trainer sprites||214|
|Trainer back sprites||72|
|Animated menu sprites||721|
|Animated png files||13,881|
|Animated gif files||0|
After this is complete, we will work on other aspects. This is the biggest part so be on your toes... and watch out for stray images which are uncategorized. The totals are in fact freaking accurate.
|Screenshots of Generation I games||0|
|Screenshots of Generation II games||0|
|Screenshots of Generation III games||0|
|Screenshots of Generation IV games||0|
|Screenshots of battle arena games||0|
|Screenshots of side games||0|
I fail to see how all these PNG images are supposed to be "animated" Please explain? They dont animate in my browser, but are PNGs supposed to be able to animate? Blake Talk·Edits 22:00, 9 November 2009 (UTC)
Spread the word
To avoid something like that happen again, I suggest we either;
- Add it to the welcome template for new users
- add it on the main page of research papers
This way, there's a slight chance it won't happen again.--Force Fire 12:13, 30 November 2009 (UTC)