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Extra rows of spacer gifs

Posted on 2003-11-20
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I'm cutting up a layout for a site and each time I "save optimized as", ImageReady creates an extra column of spacer gifs on the right and an extra row on the bottom of the HTML.  These extras don't show up as slices when I cut it up, but when I save, there they are.  

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by:shamstar
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It may be necessary for positioining purposes to have those spaces there, this is possibly why they have been created.
To avoid creating the extra slices, select the slices you want with the Slice Selection Tool.
Then in the "Save Optimized As" dialog, change the Slice drop-down box to Selected Slices.
See if that works for you.
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Also forgot to metion, the reason it might not be showing those extra slices in ImageRead could be because they are hidden.  To view all the slices, select the Slice Selection Tool, and then click on the Show Auto Slices button on the tool bar at the top.
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by:stretch73
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I guess I'll just leave it then.  

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