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Two Ladies

This is a stationery for beginners, however anyone can do it!  Click here to see the finished product and here to download the zip file for all of the necessary images and sound files.

Note:  Placing something "UNDER" means it goes below and to the right a little.  All the way over to the left is supposed to denote that this object does not go inside of any container.  Although this lesson was written while using Version 2 of Scrippy, it works just as well in Version 3.

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1.  Insert a background and use the file bg-3.jpg

bg-3

2.  Insert a left container with the specified size of 25 and place it 'over the background'.

3.  Under that container, insert a background using bg-1.jpg.  Make it scroll up.

4.  Insert a top container, specified size of 25 and place it over the background.

5.  Insert a background and use the bg-1.jpg, scroll this one right.

6.  Insert a right container, specified size of 25 and place it over the background.

7.  Next insert the background and use the bg-1.jpg.  This one scrolls down.

8.  Insert a bottom container, size of 25 and place it over the background.

9.  Insert the background for the bottom container, use bg-1.jpg and scroll it left.

10.  Insert a frame of 5 pixels and make sure this goes all the way over to the left margin.  To make this easier, you can click on the main background first.  The color numbers are 128-0-0 or #800000  Make this frame outset.


This is what your master scrippy should look like now.  Check to make sure that your scrippy looks like this one.

11.  Insert a positioned container by first clicking on the main background and then insert it.  Set the right and left edges at 110 pixels.  Set the top and bottom margins to 50.

12.  Insert under this a positioned image.  Set it Centered and from the top at 0.

bg-main

13.  Insert another container, making sure that this one goes all the way over to the left and does not sit under the previous container.  Set the right and left edges to 110.  Make it 375 from the top and 50 from the bottom.

14.  Now insert a double frame of 10 pixels using the same color as before and place this over the background.  Next, Insert an inset frame of 4 pixels using the same color as before. Both of these frames should fall under the previous container.

15.  Insert your message area at the left edge and by itself, that is, not under the last container.  Left and right margins are 120.  The top margin is 360 and the bottom margin is 40.

16.  Now insert a background and click on use selected color. The numbers are 240-208-79 or color code  #F0D04F.  This is a mustard yellow color chosen from the main image.

17.  A positioned image goes next, all the way over to the left margin.  Use the image smbgl.jpg.  Set this to be from the left and from the top at 0.

18.  Another positioned image is next.  Use smbgr.jpg and this goes from the right and from the top at 0.

19.  Our third positioned image is smbgl.jp and goes from the left and the bottom at 0.

20.  Our last positioned image is smbgr.jpg and is set from the bottom and the right at 0.


Look at your master scrippy and make sure that your objects are in the right positions.  If you do not put them exactly where they need to go, this stat will not work properly in some instances, such as your message area.

21.  Insert the sound, a ticker and the loading message.  The sound is called ff7words.mid.

CONGRATULATIONS!  YOU'RE DONE!

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This website and all content may be freely copied, reproduced or shared without prior permission from the webmaster.  All graphics represented here are originals (other than the main stationery images) and all tutorials are provided by Ozmee.  This tutorial was updated 1/29/2002.

Created by Ozmee, October 13, 2001