Hi all,=0A=0AWe use Tuxpaint in my K-4 computer lab. I designed a lesson st=
arter. I copied the .PNG file from my teacher machine to the student (lab) =
machines. I can open it fine, and draw on it, but the stamps won't appear. =
I can stamp on other starters and on a blank page. Any idea what could be w=
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From: Bill Kendrick <nbs@so...> - 2006-12-13 08:52:36
On Mon, Dec 11, 2006 at 06:56:42AM -0800, Kevin Jarrett wrote:
> Hi all,
> We use Tuxpaint in my K-4 computer lab. I designed a lesson starter. I copied the .PNG file from my teacher machine to the student (lab) machines. I can open it fine, and draw on it, but the stamps won't appear. I can stamp on other starters and on a blank page. Any idea what could be wrong? Please help asap!
Interesting... you can draw on it, but not stamp on it? You should be able
to do both (if the starter was made correctly), or NEITHER.
Would you be willing to send one of the defective PNGs to me via email, or
better yet, post it somewhere online and reply back to this list, including
the URL of the image (so someone else can take a peek, if I'm too busy)...
The one main rule to remember: your starter image should have a _transparent_
background... not a solid (opaque) white one!