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    Exclamation Illustrator graphic opacity issue

    Hey,

    I'm working in Flash CS5 and I have designed a simple interface in Illustrator that I'm moving over to flash. The interface is a dog and it allows you to move him around and rotate him and change his opacity. The graphic was created with the gradient mesh tool, so for starters, flash doesn't like it and every time you scale him he becomes pixellated. Also, when you hit the fade button to bring his opacity down, he fades in parts so you can tell exactly all the different parts he was made with. Is there a way that I can have him become one object so he fades universally instead of by part?

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    Is there a way that I can have him become one object so he fades universally instead of by part?
    Redraw it. Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings, but if you fade a grouped collection of individual elements, that's what they'll look like.

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