Four 'stars' seems to be the maximum amount allowed in one line. I could shorten the image, but that would ruin the 'Thrive-themed' DNA. (it'd need to keep its length in order to have two different-colored helices) Are we using the golden DNA image anywhere?
EDIT: Or, we could just give the 'stars' more room, if that's possible. EDIT #2: Actually, it turns out that all of the DNA images I made have two differently colored helices, it's just more noticeable on the Thrive-themed one.
I think I might've figured out a way for the 'stars' to be smaller. I've split the rectangles into two squares.
All odd numbered stars (1, 3, 5...) would use the first square, and all even numbered stars (2, 4, 6...) would use the second. For example, the first star would be , the second would be , the third would be , the fourth would be , etc.
Good idea, but we only get one image we can use instead of a star.
However, if the backbone ribbons of your DNA images had different inner and outer colours, instead of one ribbon being one colour and the other being different, then we'll be able to use that cutting-in-half trick.