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#1 13 years ago

Okay, so I decided to change one of the icons for a skin I downloaded(darthmaul). I made it the exact same size(256 X 256), jpg format, and renamed it icon_default and deleted the original. Well when I get in the game and go to profile I get kicked out of JA MP back to my desktop. Is it not that easy to change the icon_default file or am I doing something wrong? The last lines I get are:

Shutting down OpenGL subsystem Requested feature was omitted at compile time




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#2 13 years ago

Your problem was in saving your jpeg. Now I'm not an expert, so if my advice is wrong I suggest you search for this with the forum search -- I know it's been answered before. If I remember correctly, when saving the JPG you need to save it as "baseline" -- I don't think it matters which kind of baseline, but I use standard and it always works. If that's not it, do a forum search. My memory's not perfect ;)




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#3 13 years ago

Thanks for the reply, I'm using photoshop (5.5 to be exact) to save my jpegs. Do you have any idea where this option is? All I see is the quality and when I turned it to Low, I still got the boot. I attached the icon im trying to use.




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#4 13 years ago

I'm using photoshop elements, so I'm not sure about 5.5. I'll resave it for you, though, so maybe that will help. For me, the option is in the quality window as well. Make sure to rename the icon "icon_default.jpg" -- I have it as icon_default2.jpg because I already had icon_default in my folder winkx.gifattachment.php?attachmentid=34438&stc=1attachment.php?attachmentid=34439&stc=1




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#5 13 years ago

It worked! Thanks for the help man. The image you gave me worked and I turned off the settings optimized and progressive in photoshop and that also worked! :)




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#6 13 years ago

Good :) I'm always happy when folks learn things for themselves as well as receiving help ;)