I've created an image in flash, basically the image is a ring which has then been divided into 3 equal segments, each segment exists on its own seperate layer with and has a transparent background. I want to make ach of these segments into a button on flash, so I've imported them across and converted them into buttons, however the problem I have is that when it gets imported into flash, it creates a box around each segment which is what flash sees as the full button, this means when you roll over a blank piece of the segment flash recognises it as rolling over the button. Is this just an inherent problem from importing from photoshop into flash or am I doing something wrong?
Save file with photoshop like .gif without background, and then import in flash. Then you convert object in sibmol...
This did not work, the problem I am having is not to do with the aesthetics of a shape being imported across, i.e a visible white square background around the shape. There is no background around the shape, the problem arises when the shape is converted into a button and when you roll over the button it sees the button as being a full square around the shape I've imported across as opposed to just the segment I've drawn.
Check the settings:
Edit/Preferences.../PSD File importer...
And then load the *.psd file without the background.
And certainly there is no change in flash...