I'd probably create a Windows program, use TextOut to a device context and then save it. I don't know which method would be faster, but programming is not as repetitive.
Originally Posted by Brain Cell
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Cerin and CGod on there and I'm not?
The world truly is ending... :P
Add me add me! :P Im new, so i dont have hundreds of posts
Pick me! Pick me!
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lol, yeah, got my 100th post on the same day
You should be able to do this in code quite easily. Create the outer edges and then fill in the rest. All you need is the number of pixels per line to create a perfect C and then create a string that is nearly the same length composed of member names and spaces.
Would be a cool thing to see completed.
I should have made the list.
(it should be realized my posts are all in a light hearted manner. And should not be taken offense to.)
You are on the complete one
Oh please god, let it die!