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  1. I had the same problem a bunch of times, try dragging your mod into the mods folder, and don't use the import mod function in game. The import mod button corrupted my files a bunch of times.
  2. You guys are really over-complicating this, you just need to copy and paste the file from the download to the mod folder. nothing more. it doesn't matter if it shows in your computer as MPEG file, just drag it to the mod folder and it will work.
  3. it's a ".mod" extension, not mpeg, it's just a zip file.
  4. 1) Resize the gifs (not the using the table file) so they would weigh less, since they are way too big for a phone anyways. 2) Convert the gifs to global color tables. 3) If that's not enough, or if you don't want to do the above, you could apply a (30% - 50%) lossy compression.
  5. If they ever add those generations, I will personally upload them in HD, front + back + all forms.
  6. What would be the point of gen 6 to 8 if the game is only up to gen 5
  7. There is no solution. The only thing we can do is open a suggestion asking for them to add the option to resize the pokedex.
  8. Probably not, I think the outline version looks better.
  9. If you're talking about his picture, he is using Verdep's mod. If you're talking about what I posted, those are mine.
  10. That's simply wrong, since this is obviously not the normal sprite, that's a mod. This is from the latest gen sprites, and it looks the same as your picture.
  11. First of all, your are using a mod. Secondly, the developers of the game client have not added the option to custom scale the sprites inside the pokedex, so there's nothing we can do.
  12. Import mod button is broken as far as I remember. You should just place the mod in the proper folder, then it would appear in your list, and you can tick the enable box.
  13. It's a problem with how you save your GIF, for example if you're using a website called EZGIF there's an option called "don't stack frames", if you're using a programming language and some library look for an option called "dispose" and set it to the proper option that removes the previous frame.
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