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ADOBE FLASH CS3 / APPLY ALPHA TO A GRAPHIC SYMBOL

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Adobe Flash CS3: I created a graphic symbol (is text that I pasted from a text edit mac. app. )
I apply 40% alpha (is a text that I want to scroll -tween- on top of the images so I want it more transparent)  and I see the difference when I played on stage using the controller, but not when I publish it.
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There is no obvious reason why this is happening.

Can you attach your fla file so I can see what you are doing?

Change the name of your file from .fla to .txt before attaching it.
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