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Old September 22nd, 2004, 11:23 AM
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elisabeth,

You need to open the .gif in an image editor (like PaintShop Pro) and change the arrow's fill to red.

Another way would be to use PHP to dynamically create an image, but that would be way harder, and I don't know if you have PHP or know how to use it.

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Thank you very much. Everything works now!





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