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    Why do my buttons have Light ALMOST transparent box around them?

    When I create a rollover button, they have a light, ALMOST transparent box around them when I Publish them. I knew this was happening, so I saved it before it happened, and it only happens when I mess with the setting of the object, or after I tried to make a HTML text box.

    Why does this happen? What am I doing wrong? And how do I remove it?! Thank you!
    Last edited by engageddesign; 01-25-2003 at 09:59 PM.

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    Standrard flasher
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    don't really understand, can you put the swf up here?

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    here you go

    When I create a rollover button, they have a light, ALMOST transparent box around them after I view a published FLA file.

    When loading the file, every looks fine, but as soon as I go over the buttons, and the change to the correct image, but with a box around them.

    This has happened before when I have published other Flash files as well.

    The problem only happened after I edited the file. Here is the original file without the problems (roll over "band" "tour", etc):
    http://www.engageddesign.com/deathcamp

    Now, you can view the problem here (roll over "band", "tour" etc):
    http://www.engageddesign.com/deathcamp/flash_help.swf

    Why does this happen? What am I doing wrong? And how do I remove it?! Thanks for any help!!
    Last edited by engageddesign; 01-26-2003 at 11:38 AM.

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    muted.
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    ... unfortunately, my eyes must be really bad. I didn't see a box around the buttons in either of those samples.
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