Thank you very much:D
Oh, man, no! That's just a little part of it hehe. That was just the extraction of the .gif, not the actual sig! Let me make you a real one, then.
I've outrun my edit time, but here. @http://img206.imageshack.us/img206/4563/keybladesigkw5.gif And you know, a really interesting thought hit me as I did this. I've always been really, really annoyed that .gifs lose a lot of quality, so a sig with an embedded movie suffers from crappy quality throughout. I wondered if I could, with this sig, string three pictures side by side: the left part of the frame, in a high quality .png, then the movie in a .gif, and then the right part of the frame. It's the first time I've ever tried it, but it might just be a workaround to the horrible quality loss of a .gif sig... @ http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/7407/keybladesigleftzh4.png http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/2015/keybladesigkg2.gif http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/707/keybladesigrightwk1.png
Wow.... stringing those together really, really saves the quality on the sides! What a nice discovery! It might not be practical on all sigs, especially those with irregular frame borders, but man, this'll definitely help. In fact, I believe the final file size of the three images might even be under the filesize of the first large one [Checked, and hell yes: 288085 bytes totaled on the first versus 330000 on the second! You save 5 KB]! You're free to use whichever you want, but I suggest stringing the last three images after eachother.
You had an idea, and I got an idea while doing this. Thanks a lot.
Thank you and your welcome at the same time.:p