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@Hamza Anushath, I believe that @Vinayak Srivastava's method arguement you had wasn't about copyright issues - it was just plain copying and reusing it! Don't worry, I got your back!

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TopNewestNice try! Keep it up @Hamza Anushath!

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Thanks a lot @Vinayak Srivastava!

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Looking cool! How did you make it?

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Record it, and convert it to .gif format

I recorded myself using Eucliea, an application in the Google Play Store. Try it out if you like...!

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:)

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OK Thanks a lot!

P.S.: what's @Vinayak Srivastava's method XD?

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No copyright claims will fall on me

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the stuff?drawLog in to reply

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@Hamza Anushath, I believe that @Vinayak Srivastava's method arguement you had wasn't about copyright issues - it was just plain copying and reusing it! Don't worry, I got your back!

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Thanks, but it is actually hard to perfect an animation

I wonder how @Mahdi Raza does it...

He/she must be

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@Mahdi Raza, can you share your method of how to perfect an animation to @Hamza Anushath, please?

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KeyNote, a Mac application in Mac, but I don't own a mac...@Mahdi Raza mentioned that many times before...

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Androidphone for BrilliantLog in to reply

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excluding laptops here), but what can I expect?Log in to reply

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