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Imageready - why are 1pix spaceholder added to right and bottom?

Posted on 2004-04-26
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Hi!

When I slice a picture, which is 734x420, in imageready with several horizontal and vertical lines - 12 slices totally, I do get as a result
a table which is 735x421 with 1pix spaceholders at the right and at the bottom.
I counted slice widths and heights and I get 734x420, but the html table is 735x421.
Slices are asymmetric, btw.

Am I doing something wrong?

Does anybody know how to solve this?

Sven
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Is it causing a major problem with your page layout?
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Well, no and yes.

It's a website with 4 pages I'm working on. On the 1st page is nothing to slice, that means the table is 734 width.
The other images for the 3 pages needs to be sliced and the tables will be 735. That means, when changing from page 1 to 2,3 or 4 the table won't be at the same position.
That's what I do worry about.
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It may be that when you sliced the image in IR, there was a little space on the left. Can you manually remove them in Dreamweaver or by hand in a text editor?
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The spacers are there to ensure that the table doesn't fall apart.
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Ok, thanks for your help! :)
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