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    Please help me anybody.

    I want to export a Grphic in Swift, only wiht outline, or mesh. But the problem is: i have a black background, so you can't see the outlines later after rendering because they are black too, now my Question: HOW CAN I CHANGE THE COLOR OF THE OUTLINES ?????????

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    I had the same prob too..

    All you do is..Change the bacground colour of you movie forawhile..
    This makes it visible.
    Then break it apart by ctrl+b
    then with the ink bottle change the outline coluor ofthe wireframed image..
    Hope it helps

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    Hopefully, outline style and color will be added to V2.0

    good luck!

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    A much easier solution is to just import the wireframe into a movie clip or graphic and then drop it on the stage and change the color atribute using Main menu> Modify> Instance. and then select the color tab. You can either use Tint or Special to get the color wire frame you want. Regards, Bill

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    thx

    yo, thx for help, and it is very good for standalone pics, but it is not usefull, if you have an animation with 39 frames or much more. Because there you have to set the properties by every frame... and thast al lot of work...........

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    Import your 39 (or 390) frames into a movie clip. Once you drag the MC onto the stage, you need only set the instance properties once. It makes no difference how many frames are in the clip. This is what Bill was referring to.

    good luck!

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