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In my flash template, links at bottom of page overlap menu buttons and I dont know how to fix

Posted on 2011-02-16
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I bought a Flash template and am editing it.  The only problem I have is that the text on the bottom on the index/entry page overlaps the menu buttons.  Take a look at http://www.marcellawilson.com/Secure-Innovations/.  See how the text/links that say "employees", "fullscreen",etc. overlaps on the menu buttons on the bottom.  I have attached the original template and the one I edited.  I do not know what to correct to solve this problem.  Please help.  Thanks in advance. original-main-v8.fla main-v8.fla
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by:Gary Benade
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I had a look, I don't see the problem. Using firefox 3.6

Can you attach a screengrab?
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I was able to correct the problem.  But thanks for the help.
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I was able to find the solution on my own.
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