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  • ISitude
    Reply to Logo tutorial
    ISitude
    There's a follow-up survey found just after the last vid ...I'm guessing that my written answers are also award winning
    Today, 03:48 AM
  • MichaelWied
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    MichaelWied
    Agreed.
    Today, 03:38 AM
  • PrintDriver
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    PrintDriver
    Then change the title to "Getting Started with Illustrator"
    Not "Logo Design."
    Today, 03:25 AM
  • MichaelWied
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    MichaelWied
    I honestly think he's just showing some quick tuts to get people started in illustrator. But I know what you mean by people seeing these videos and thinking that's how stuff gets done. An even bigger...
    Today, 03:22 AM
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    Buda
    The chocolate stuff looks like blood.
    Today, 03:16 AM
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  • Flash transparent background

    howdy - anyone know how to make a flash background go from solid to transparent?

    I know how to make it transparent all of the time, but I want the SWF to play, the background is there, and when it's done I need it to fade away...
    http://www.icsstudios.com

  • #2
    I'm not a Flash guru by any means, but what if you make a layer for the background that has a shape filled with the color of your background and then use a motion tween to fade that shape away? And then make the document background color itself transparent?
    "Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do!" - Ricky Ricardo

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    • #3
      thanks urstwile! that was the most obvious, but brilliant solution...

      I will give that a go - should work
      http://www.icsstudios.com

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      • #4
        Like I said, not a Flash guru by any means, so I hope it works the way you want it to.
        "Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do!" - Ricky Ricardo

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