• Hello Viliam. It has been a while since I last saw you. How have you been?

    I have noticed that you are also a fan of Miraculous Ladybug and Catnoir. It is also one of my favorite shows too. I am definitely excited for the new episodes.

    By the way, I would also like to say that I admire your ability to create high quality pictures, especially for the holiday ingredients and stickers. I hope you keep continuing to create them. I look forward to seeing more.

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    • a) Pretty good.

      b) Yes, I am. Mayura was absolutely awesome episode (if you have already seen it, you know). In my country, they are airing last episodes of season 2 except Heroes' Day - Episode guide in my country. If you wonder why it's czech episode guide, that's because my country doesn't have own Disney Channel, but it doesn't matter, because almost everyone in Slovakia is actually a fluent speaker in czech language... (Probably long-lasting benfit of previous Czechoslovakia).

      c) That's easy. I can tell you how I do it.

      1. You have to download game from here.
      2. Open it in Internet Explorer (because Microsoft Edge no longer suppport .swf files, I think...)
      3. Right-click in game, and click on zoom in (or something like that)
      4. Zoom in until you get large enough picture, and then press PrtSc (PrintScreen) on your keyboard.

      You will get high-quality picture of anything in the game, except customers and your orders (they don't do these in HD). If you want it with transparent background, then do this:

      1. Download this program.
      2. Paste in the picture, choose "magic wand", and select the background around it. Then erase it, and you will get picture with transparent background.

      Paint from Windows app pack can't do this, because it doesn't operate with an "alpha" value (transparency). That means you will get either white or colored pixels. But in this program, you can set transparency on scale from 0 (absolutely transparent) to 255 (not transparent). You can even work in layers (as in Photoshop), so you can take some picture, set the alpha of the whole picture to 128 (half-transparent), put e.g. green behind it and it will look like it's under green glass.

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