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  • Jito463
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    Hmm, ok. Well, thank you.

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  • Beretta
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    Originally posted by Jito463:
    While I'm thinking about it, I was wondering if anyone knows why the program creates 2 copies of the image files in the DATA folder? One is *.??H and the other is *.??L, yet they're the exact same image.
    They aren't the same. One is an 8-bit image, the other is a 24-bit (true color) image.

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  • Jito463
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    While I'm thinking about it, I was wondering if anyone knows why the program creates 2 copies of the image files in the DATA folder? One is *.??H and the other is *.??L, yet they're the exact same image. And no, one is not the highlight copy. There is 2 copies of the highlight, and 2 copies of the regular. Anyone?

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  • Jito463
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    The Wav, graphic, AVI and font files will automatically be placed into the DATA folder and renamed according to how the program needs them named (i.e. background images are named *.bah, *.bal, *.brh and *.brl; AVI's are named *.dav; images are named *.dah and *.dal; fonts are *.ttf; and wav's and other sound files are *.daw).

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  • meijin
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    Final output dir

    Hey all, couple more new user questions.

    I have put together a little project and am loving the program. Some major potential here for what I am looking to do.

    Anyway, my project has several WAV files in it, graphics, and an AVI clip. When I tell it to "compile" everything, it creates a directory called "data". Should I move all other files there prior to burning to CD-ROM?

    Also, I found and installed a couple of nice TTF fonts that I like. I used them in the project. Do the fonts have to be installed on the individual machines running the CD-ROM or is the program capable of displaying them as a part of the compilation process?

    Thanks much for the help. The dumb questions will stop soon!

    Mike
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