I am working with the latest version of Adobe Muse CC (2018).
When I paste the link to my Muse-created website into a Facebook comment, it shows this preview:
The preview image is the bottom layer from a layered PSD file set up to be a rollover button. I would not mind if it showed the other (top) layer, which is not darkened like this one.
But my question is: why is this particular image being used? Is this something that is decided by Muse or by Facebook? (When I post the link to LinkedIn, it displays correctly, showing the top, un-darkened layer.)
On googling this question, I see some suggestions to download a third-party snippet of code to copy and paste. I do not consider this an acceptable solution, or even a workaround. This is why I used Muse in the first place — they promised me I would not have to deal with code!
I would like to be be able to select a particular image in the Assets panel (for instance, a flattened, un-darkened copy of this image) and designate it to be used as a preview image when I paste the link into social media.
Is this (or something similar) possible from within the application?
--Carol Gunn, Gunn Graphics