4 Replies Latest reply on Feb 16, 2008 7:39 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Animated GIF problem

      I am attempting to create a simple banner containing three frames that sequentially flash. I am using Macromedia Fireworks 6.0.
      I have created the three graphics, and have them saved in both .png and .gif formats.

      I can't seem to get them into the frames. How do I assign the files to the frames so that there are three frames with one of the graphics in each frame??
      Thanks in advance.
        • 1. Re: Animated GIF problem
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          "IDamanBCR" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >I am attempting to create a simple banner containing three frames that
          > sequentially flash. I am using Macromedia Fireworks 6.0.
          > I have created the three graphics, and have them saved in both .png and
          > .gif
          > formats.
          >
          > I can't seem to get them into the frames. How do I assign the files to the
          > frames so that there are three frames with one of the graphics in each
          > frame??
          > Thanks in advance.

          What do you mean by "frames"? Are you using a frameset? Or are you asking
          how to export as an animated gif and insert that into a web page?


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          • 2. Re: Animated GIF problem
            Level 7
            > What do you mean by "frames"? Are you using a frameset? Or are you
            > asking how to export as an animated gif and insert that into a web page?

            I assume the OP meant Fireworks Frames: WINDOW >> FRAMES

            -Darrel


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            • 3. Re: Animated GIF problem
              Got it figured out. Thanks anyway.
              • 4. Re: Animated GIF problem
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                "darrel" <notreal@nowhere.com> wrote in message
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                >> What do you mean by "frames"? Are you using a frameset? Or are you
                >> asking how to export as an animated gif and insert that into a web page?
                >
                > I assume the OP meant Fireworks Frames: WINDOW >> FRAMES

                I wouldn't have assumed that, since if he already had an animated gif,
                clearly he'd have already been using frames...?


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