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Subject: Re: FLASH: hidden area of masked mc still showing - bug?
From: Nathan Dicken
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2000 15:05:44 +0100

Hi Matt - the mask layer is provided by a standard vector shape (just the
fill) and yep, it's showing through. Sounds like the same issue you were
talking about - you mentioned that you've seen a situation like this
before? Nothing showed through on 32bit color, however, it's just a faint
outline for the shapes in the mc that are showing through at 16bit. Weird...

Thanks for your help.

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Nathan Dicken - Game Developer
Boxerjam - http://www.boxerjam.com

>Interesting. If this image is behind a real Flash mask layer, it shouldn't
>show at all. I once encountered a situation where info behind a mask layer
>showed through, dunno if this is the same issue.
>If the mask is provided by an alpha mask in a bitmap, then this issue is
>known and documented here:
>Transparent PNG and GIF issues in Flash 3
>Does your issue fall in either category?

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