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I just wanted to thank you for the animations you uploaded for the Puffle Tricks page! They really make the page more interesting. :)
Hi! I got you a present
RE:Free Party Items Page
Hi Icecream0v0!! Thanks so much!
And to answer your question - I got the images by taking a screenshot (with the browser zoomed in) of the icon in the inventory (after collecting the items) and then cropping the image. I did the same process with the in-game picture. :)
I've noticed that you have been uploading images that are not properly licensed. Please remember to use the proper licensing when uploading an image. If you are unsure of what licensing is or the proper one to use, this blog may help. It is very important to add this, so please keep it in mind next time you upload an image. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me for assistance. Thank you for your attention.
Kallie Jo (talk) 13:31, May 10, 2014 (UTC)
When uploading static images, could you please upload them in a .PNG format, instead of a .JPG format, because .PNG images have better quality. :)
Do you talk about downloading a SWF file of Club Penguin? If that's the case, there are three main ways:
- If a link to the particular file exists in the wiki, you can use it.
- View the thing that you'd like to find the SWF file of (e.g. open a catalog in cp if you want to get a SWF of it). Then open a new tab and insert to the URL bar about:cache and hit enter. Then the recent list of files that were viewed in your browser will be displayed, including the catalog's (or whatever file you were viewing).
- If it's an item SWF (e.g. clothing/furniture), you can go to the JSON list, find the link to the JSON document of the sort of items (e.g. the link next to "Clothing" if it's a clothing item). Open the link and use Ctrl+F to search for the item's name. Then search for the ID that is located next to the name (e.g. 413 next to "Party Hat"). Replace the ID from another clothing SWF link with the ID that you've found.