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rollover layers - cannot find them!

Posted on 2004-04-22
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i am actally working in imageready and i created a slice, thne i creted a rollover for that slice. however i want to edit the look of the rollover and do not kow how to do this. i tried looking for the rollover layer in the layer pallette, its not there ! isnt a layer created automatically if you create a rollover state?
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No, a layer is not automatically created it you create a rollover state. What a rollover looks like is PURELY dependent on what layers are "turned on" or visible for that state. Think of a rollover state as a "set of layers that are visible". So if you want to change the look of your rollover state, create a new layer, put something in it, and leave it visible.
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if you need to edit a rollover effect, meaning it already exists, do it at windows>>rollover... in ImageReady. click the on/over effect and edit it for the selected slice.
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