Adobe® Flash® CS3 Professional Classroom in a Book® by Adobe Creative Team

By Adobe Creative Team

This project-based advisor from Adobe will educate readers all they should be aware of to create enticing interactive content material with Flash CS3. utilizing step by step directions with initiatives that construct at the wisdom discovered in each one lesson, readers will examine the main components of the Flash interface, together with panels, timelines, and frames. From there, readers will how to paintings with vector and bitmap photos; create and edit symbols; regulate textual content and upload interactivity with ActionScript 3.0; and contain animation, track, and sound to their initiatives. they are going to additionally methods to organize and export their complete tasks for net and broadcast. in fact, readers also will reap the benefits of the recent beneficial properties of Flash CS3 - the streamlined consumer interface, local aid for Photoshop and Illustrator documents, made over drawing instruments, new video encoding gains, code modifying improvements, and lots more and plenty extra. The spouse CD presents clients with the entire pattern documents they should whole the entire initiatives.

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The rectangle fills with the water image. Specifying Stroke Properties The stroke is the outline of the object, in this case a rectangle. You can apply attributes to the stroke that are different from those of the fill; you can also specify that the object has no stroke. You'll give the rectangle a solid gray outline. 1. Select the rectangle on the Stage, if it isn't already selected. 2. In the Property inspector, click the Stroke Color box ( ). 3. In the Color Picker, select the fourth box down on the left, a gray color.

If necessary, drag the Selection tool around it again. 2. In the Color panel, click the Fill Color icon ( ). Note Be sure to click the Fill Color icon, and not the Fill Color box. Clicking the Fill Color box opens the Adobe Color Picker, which you don't need when you're importing a bitmap. 3. Select Bitmap from the Type menu. 35 36 4. tif file in the Lesson02/02Start folder. 5. tif file and click Open. The rectangle fills with the water image. Specifying Stroke Properties The stroke is the outline of the object, in this case a rectangle.

5. tif file and click Open. The rectangle fills with the water image. Specifying Stroke Properties The stroke is the outline of the object, in this case a rectangle. You can apply attributes to the stroke that are different from those of the fill; you can also specify that the object has no stroke. You'll give the rectangle a solid gray outline. 1. Select the rectangle on the Stage, if it isn't already selected. 2. In the Property inspector, click the Stroke Color box ( ). 3. In the Color Picker, select the fourth box down on the left, a gray color.

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