Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by NSXLA, Jun 5, 2010.
I use Paint.net, it's free and has tons of options
too cluttered for my taste as well.
Way to cluttered for my homescreen tastes. I put news feed, notes/schedules, system widgets, etc. all on thier own screen. Each of my alternate screen has their own theme. My homescreen only has beautiful home small, handcent and gmail icons.
Nice! But it just gave me a seizure. haha.
lol this looks like a lot of work...
what size does the image need to be? (pixels)
My football screen setup, for now.
1 screen 480x800
all 7 screens 960x800
Sorry I'm such a noob at this.
I just got the Paint.net application and I was able to create the text icons that i want, but the problem I'm running into is not knowing how to take off the background of the image.
Right now I'm seeing my text in a white box.
Anyone with Paint.net experience know how to remove the backgroud?
Are you saving it as a .png? Select all and press delete. That will get rid of the background (you should have a white and grey checkered background) and give you an empty space to create an icon. If you want a background to help you create an icon (or test the transparency of it) create a new layer and apply the background. Once you are done, delete that layer. But make sure the layer with the background is on top of the icon layer, or else you won't be able to see the icon
Sorry if that is confusing
that worked. Thanks a lot
Thanks I'll try it out!
I must have this wallpaper.
I cant believe you even said something like that on here! You wish you could have a black woman with a body like this. And yes I am black. This comment should have been removed.
I love the clock. Works really well with this.
What's that picture viewing widget on the right?
What's the name of this clock?
Retro Clock, comes with a date widget too
I've been looking at this thread since June 4th, now I have something to add.