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> I'm beginner,
> How do I create Remote Rollovers in firework?
From the Fireworks help files:
Creating a disjoint rollover
A disjoint rollover swaps in an image under a web object when the
pointer rolls over another web object. In response to a pointer rolling
over or clicking a trigger image, an image appears in a different
location on the web page. The image that is rolled over is considered
the trigger; the image that changes is considered the target.
As with simple rollovers that use just one slice, you first have to set
up the trigger and target slices and the frame in which the swap image
resides. Then you can link the trigger to the target slice with a
The trigger for a disjoint rollover doesnt have to be a slice. Hotspots
and buttons also have behavior handles that can be used to create
disjoint rollovers. For more information on hotspots, see Creating
hotspots. For more information about buttons, see Creating button symbols.
1.To attach a disjoint rollover to a selected image:
Select Edit > Insert > Slice or Hotspot to attach a slice or hotspot to
the trigger image. NOTE This step is not necessary if the selected
object is a button or if a slice or hotspot already covers the image.
2.Create a new frame by clicking the New/Duplicate Frame button in the
3.Place a second image, to be used as the target, in the new frame in
the desired location on the canvas. You can place the image anywhere
other than beneath the slice you created in step 1.
4.Select the image, and then select Edit > Insert > Slice to attach a
slice to the image.
5.Select Frame 1 in the Frames panel to return to the frame that has the
6.Select the slice, hotspot, or button that covers the trigger area (the
original image) and place the pointer over the behavior handle. The
pointer changes to a hand.
7.Drag the behavior handle for the trigger slice or hotspot to the
target slice you created in step 4.
The behavior line extends from the center of the trigger to the
upper-left corner of the target slice, and the Swap Image dialog box opens.
8.From the Swap Image From pop-up menu, select the frame you created in
step 2, and click OK.
9.Click the Preview button to preview and test the disjoint rollover.
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I've already have the images and my cat and the mouses.
I show you:
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Don't do this in FW at all. Do it in DW.
There is a good disjoint tutorial here -
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> I've already have the images and my cat and the mouses.
> I show you:
> <a href=" http://server6.theimagehosting.com/image.php?img=fireworks.gif"
> src=" http://images6.theimagehosting.com/fireworks.th.gif"
> border="0" title="The Image Hosting" /></a>