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Graphic conversion for dummies


Jerakeen
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OK, I've got Mac OS X.

 

I've got Adobe Photoshop and the Graphic Adjustor.

 

Could somebody please give me a step-by-step rundown on how to convert Windows graphics to Mac? I've searched, but the little bit of info that I've found assumes that I know things I don't (like how to create a resource file, for example).

 

Or if there already exists a Complete Idiot's Guide to Graphic Conversion, could somebody point me in the right direction?

 

Please? And thanks.

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In Gracpic Adjuster, create a new, blank document. Then, from the file menu, choose 'Import Sheets...'. Navigate to the directory containing the windows graphics files (G500.bmp, G501.bmp, etc.) and choose it. The bitmap files should be automatically imported into your document. Save your document as [scenario name].cmg, and you're done.

 

If the windows graphics aren't in numbered files, then you will need to open them individually, copy them, and paste them into a document in Graphic Adjuster.

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