Even then, after it's been uploaded it does not animate correctly
Here's an old sprite of Lance, cropped to 64x64. Will he animate correctly?
oh yea but yea, I checked and the GIF is 89a, GPT, everything is correct cuz I thought maybe it was something weird with the encoding, but even when saved by GIMP and Aseprite, it still doesn't like it - and its not a case of them using the same encoding library, each one was slightly different in the hex editor, but the result was the same: Mastodon didnt like it
@roxy i wonder if it's something to do with it only being two frames
@roxy speed flap
Does that only have two frames,
@roxy ah my favorite animation format, .gif.gif
@roxy big tail
@roxy 128x128, 16 frames
@roxy timing is working, but it's not...rendering?properly..???
@roxy I'm utterly perplexed
@roxy 128x128, 16 frames, no transparency
@roxy whats bizarre to me is that mastodon supports animated gif custom emotes just fine
@roxy actually these are animated pngs but still
@roxy same picture but with four frames instead of two
snouts.online is a friendly, furry-oriented, lgbtq+, generally leftist, 18+ sex-positive community that runs on mastodon, the open-source social network technology. you don't need a snout to join, but it's recommended!