|Op. System:||Windows NT|
|File size:||24 KB|
Publisher description for Xteddy
If you would rather like to have the program display an image of your own Teddy bear, or one you wish you had, it isn't that difficult. Instructions may be found in the documentation supplied with the source code in the distributions of Xteddy. For version 1.1. it takes a bit of fiddling with XPM image files, but for version 2.0 it's really very simple, thanks to Andreas Tille and ImLib. In case you feel your skills in image editing are limited, I might even volunteer to take an image of your favorite teddy and convert it to the appropriate format. What I need to consider doing that is a high quality digital color image, at least 300 Pixels wide or so, taken against a reasonably plain background in a contrasting colour, preferably white.