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15.07.15 05:07:00 pm
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DarkNeko
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> Hey guys can you help me??

i've editing particle.txd on gta sa
then, i've found a mod transparent water
i look the image but the image is same
Just transparent is different
Can you give me the turrorial or HOW??

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And Sorry if my topic about gta sa image(that cause i dont have other image)

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15.07.15 05:23:10 pm
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The Gajos
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The image must be in .png format then using eg.: GIMP, you can set the transparent %.
15.07.15 05:28:57 pm
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DarkNeko
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where i can download gimp?? link??
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15.07.15 05:30:08 pm
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SmD
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google.com
15.07.15 05:31:04 pm
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1uP
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google it, but dont download from softonic full of viruses, gl
IMG:http://fs5.directupload.net/images/180627/ljx3vns6.png
15.07.15 05:33:05 pm
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DarkNeko
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i more like Paint.net Maybe can i use that???
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15.07.15 05:35:07 pm
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1uP
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With paint u chan change image to .jpg or .png i guess it would be usefull, try out tho
IMG:http://fs5.directupload.net/images/180627/ljx3vns6.png
15.07.15 05:40:24 pm
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oxytamine
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Yes, you can do this in Paint.NET. Just select an area you want to become transparent and delete it.

15.07.15 05:59:02 pm
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DarkNeko
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I now about that but i want to make it semi transparent
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15.07.15 06:05:23 pm
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J192
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I use Paint.NET but the process is probably just the same for others.
If you want it to become translucent, then go to the current layer's Properties and use the slider.
Always flatten the image so that you could save it as a PNG. Though, Paint.NET will flatten it automatically if you save it properly as a PNG.
15.07.15 06:46:03 pm
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DarkNeko
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Really Really Thanks
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20.07.15 10:24:32 pm
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erik9631
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Someone suggested Paint.NET
Use it. It is simplier than GIMP and you can achieve the same results.
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