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Subject: Re: FLASH: Newbie-HELP!!!
From: unique
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2000 01:04:21 GMT

>So I have a scene with a MC containing a .PNG graphic, there is no
>real movement other than the graphic switches back and forth with
>another. My problem is, when an instance of the MC is placed in the
>scene, I can no longer add any frames to any layers without making
>the .PNG photos distort/pixelate. I don't want to change scenes
>every time a mouse event occurs, so how can I stretch this scene?
>If you would like to see an example go to
>www.videobred.com/betatest.html
>the graphic in question is the eye in the middle.

A different kind of "newbie help":

Make sure that any new thread that you start has an *appropriate*
subject header. Otherwise, many folks won't take time to even
*consider* reading your post.

So you should come up with a new subject header and resubmit your
post. Sorry I can't help you more directly, but this tip should help
anyway.

Ken Sherwood


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