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Im creating a signature, and I like to know how do you add more than one gif on a background?

I use a white background then I follow the steps to (like I was adding jpgs side by side) but when I go to add the 2nd gif the first gif along with the background are gone, and the 2nd gif appears, and the onely way to get the first gif back is to go to the undo link.

I want to add 5 small gifs all next to one another (side by side) 130 x 100, then underneath that I want to add a gif of 650 x 100, then underneath that I want to add 5 more gifs just like the top 5. So that it will look a a top row of 5 gifs, and middle gif, and a bottom row of 5 gifs. Creating a signature in size of 650 x 300.

Please help someone.


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Just create a blank image the size that you want.. then use paste to put images on top of that.

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Trust me I do, but somehow the 2nd images just freezes, and im not able to get a view of both "gifs", remember i'm not adding regular pictures on! Or I think they're called jpgs <~~~regular pics...these are gif files im referring to. Is there a special method or something that I have to follow...because im trying it now but getting the same failing results?

I'm following these steps to add the gif files instead of regular jpgs.

http://www.lunapic.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=2823


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oh, you want to add multiple /animated/ gifs .. hmmm.

you'd have to sync the number of frames and edit each frame individually..

we're working on making that easier.. but, generally, you can only add one animation per image.

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I'm not following the sync and edit each frame individually part.

Do you know if there's a "free" program (online) that I could use?

And yes you are correct, you can add only one animation per image.

Why not let us add more than one animation per image? Is that something that you guys can do?


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