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Fade out problem...

Posted on 2002-06-15
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Hello experts,

I have this simpte fade out problem with my red rectangle that leaves a trail behind when it is dissapearing.
To describe my problem a little better i have uploaded
this one scene where i have this problem.
you can find at
http://users.pandora.be/steven-vervliet/boxproblem.rar
To test this scene you need to publish it shift+f12, because CTRL-SCHIFT+ENTER does not do the job.
When the site opens you will see scrolling text box. When you click on the button "TERUG" the scene should fade out. The only problem i have is when the last instance "the red rectangle fades away" this leaves always a trail, behind. I have searched for solution
but i just dont get it. All you're suggestion are very welcome on this problem.

Kind regards
Steven
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rootdir earned 100 total points
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Simple, I got the answer, do following steps

1. Select 'textkader' right click and 'edit in place' or 'edit in new window'. Which will edit 'textkader'.

2. Select frame1(which will select whole textkader sqare) and menu Modify -> Shape -> Covert Lines to Fills. which will convert lines to fills.

3. Keep selecting textkader, menu Modify -> Group which will group the fills

4. Now go to scene 'De euro' and test the scene or test movie this will remove trails left behind.

That's it, you will get what you are looking for.

Cheers
RootDir
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by:stevenvervliet
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Hello Rootdir,

YES!! That's it, i was searching for a long time to fix this, you're work on this is very much appreciated.
I post for you Extra 50 points for you're accuracy,

Cheers,
Steven
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by:rootdir
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Thanks Steven, I do my best.

RootDir
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