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Do you have URL we can look at?
> I wanted a curved navigation bar so I used fireworks and got a nice curved bar.
> I cut it into pieces to turn them into buttons and inserted them into my flash
> movie. It has looked great and lined up perfectly, until I just checked it as
> an html page and now it looks slightly jagged. And its not at the points where
> the buttons meet. Is there a way to fix this?
What should I look for in the settings? I have it on best quality for publishing. And the weird thing is that it looks fine when I test the movie and am looking at just the swf. It's only when I put it into the html. I could email you the fla if you have time to look at it.
> What should I look for in the settings? I have it on best quality for
> publishing. And the weird thing is that it looks fine when I test the movie
> and am looking at just the swf. It's only when I put it into the html. I
> could email you the fla if you have time to look at it.
I am NOT a Flash user. That said:
What was your background/canvas color in Fireworks? What was your edge
set to in FW? (hard, anti-aliased?) Have the graphics been resized at
all in Flash? What about using a mask in Flash to make a nice clean
edge? Did you bring the FW PNG file into Flash, or create slices?
On another note, I'd work on that main image too. Try using Levels to
improve the contrast and brightness of the image. It's looking pretty
murky at the moment.
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I would be willing to look at it.
Send it to alexmar at mt dot net
Alex Mariño wrote:
> Hard to say without seeing the original .fla file, but you might want to
> look at your Flash Publish settings.
> hcinderela wrote: