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    #10781

    I have a question… take the following for instance:

    background:url(images/sprite_h.png) left -66px repeat-x;

    It starts at 66 but how do I know at what pixel it stops? The gradient tool seems to be applying my new color to the whole image :/

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    #10780

    It’s great.

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    #10778

    BTW, I saw you posted an article on randomness… I’m currently reading The Drunkard’s Walk – How Randomness Rules our Lives by Leonard Mlodinow – highly suggested read 🙂

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    #10777

    Ok thanks for your help, I’ll try to run with this…

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    #10775

    Well, I’m only editing images and style.css, so I’m assuming I can just replace that file, unless there are new implementations in style.css itself?

    Even if I used a child theme, I would run into the same problem… I can rename the folder in my themes folder….

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    #10774

    Is there an easy way to locate pixel 943?

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    #10772

    Thanks 🙂 Now the silver images on these sprites don’t seem to be solid as they all seem to have a fade to white effect. How may I apply the purple #2f293b to these so that I retain this effect? I tried to use photoshop’s color replace tool but it turned pink and not anywhere near the purple I wanted.

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    #10770

    Ok so you’re saying both sprite_v and h actually consist of a bunch of images in each ?

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