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Subject: Re: FLASH: Blurred words
From: Phil Ward
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 01:09:14 GMT

Since it's Blured words you're looking for you will have tho break apart the
text fist as text can't have a gradient fill.

If you require a blur why not break apart the text ctrl b then got to
Modify>Curves>Soften edges, just change how many steps and the distance for
varying degrees of blur, works for me.

The other way is with using images see a demo I produced a while ago for
blured text http://www.crescent-graphics.co.uk/blurtext/

----- Original Message -----
From: Cheri Harder <chericaathome [dot] com>
To: <flasheratchinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2000 12:24 AM
Subject: Re: FLASH: Blurred words

> Chris
> In case Marc isn't here, I'll give it a go, although I don't remember what
> he told you exactly...
> Go to your fill bucket & click the current color, then click the square
> the color palette in it and then click the tab for gradients. Set one of
> the ends to black (probably is, already) and the other one to whatever
> (doesn't matter) and scroll the alpha indicator (clear to the right) down
> 0% alpha. That makes a "gradient" fill from black to 0% alpha. Now you
> fill your rectangle with this new "color"...
> Check out the Flash Help section on "Creating and editing gradients" for a
> complete description.....
> Subject: Re: FLASH: Blurred words
> > Marc....I've been trying to blur the words out and I"m getting close. I
> just
> > have a couple more questions. By gradiant edges on the rectangle do you
> mean
> > curved edges? and what do you mean by black to transparant? Thanks
> > Chris

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