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    Nevermind i just switched the name of the file.. instead of “homepage3-1.fla.txt” i just deleted the "txt" and it worked!
    Last edited by beedflash; 03-20-2010 at 01:09 AM.

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    Oh I got to check the file.. It looks good.. just the way ive been trying to get to look like. Your right I will be using better practices in keeping the coding in the same actions window. By looking at the file I get the idea about erasing the black areas.. i traced it all the way back but and erased it but when i previewed it .. it still didnt make a difference.. maybe im missing a step.. Also im having trouble getting to erase the black area for the wallet.. it seems like it doesnt have the option when i try to click into it.

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    OK, had a look at the wallet image and what needs to be done is this. Once you reach the "wallet.psd" you'll need to "Break Apart" the image, shortcut of "Control B" (Windows) or "Command B" (Mac). From that point it should be editable.
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    Okay.. i organized and reworded my coding.. but when after i erase the black area of the bit map.. i preview it and it doesnt seem to work.. it shows the area the i have erased when i go back into the image. but it doesnt seem to have any effect.

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    try this,file
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    My question is after i go into the image and use the eraser to erase part of the black dot pattern.. how come when i preview the file the engaging point for the rollover doesnt change? I see in the file that you worked on worked perfectly but when i get into the image and erase around the image it doesnt act the same as yours. Is there another step that i am missing. Cause what i do is click into the image and erase the black dot pattern to what i need it to be and click back into the main scene..

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    Apparently you may be missing a step, but since I can't be there to see how you go about doing it, it's hard for me to say what it actually is.
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    yea thats true... so did you just use the eraser tool to erase the unneeded black dotted area of the iphone? cause thats what i did.. I dont want to be a burden to you especially since youve been helping me out alot. But do you think you could give me step by step instructions on how you did it? or know of a tutorial that can also explain this too me? Cause i really wana know how to do it.

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    Actually I'm not sure how I would elaborate upon what I mentioned in a previous post that would really change things... except that I didn't use the eraser tool, which by the way should work (not sure why it's not). I used the pen tool and created basic geometric shapes around the object in a new layer, then cut and pasted them into place onto the same layer as the object. Then select the shape and deleted it, leaving the object minus extra background. HTH.
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    Great! using your pen tool technique worked perfectly!

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    Thanks! abunch! you pretty much saved my life!
    Last edited by beedflash; 03-24-2010 at 11:35 PM.

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