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I have made metallic buttons in Flash CS4 using the various filters to add effects to buttons’ normal, rollover and clicked states. Here is how they look like:
You can find them in the downloads section.
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This code works but when I switch from my parent website to the new hyperlinked website, it carries over the parent’s background music which I did not want. Because it clashes with the new music in the new website. How can I completely close out the parent website .
I was having the same problem. I had no idea what you meant but the more and more I played around it made sense.
That’s awesome! I totally didnt know you could drag for gradients like that and I’ve been using flash for a long time! Thanks!
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Really nice tutorial. Buttons are looking awesome. I would try these on my new build site. I always prefer gleaming eye catching stuff. Most of the site and blog owner using mouse over nowadays…
Mouse over are good option and I love these.Just move cursor on buttons and it shows further way to you,no need to click.Great informative post for all flash learners…
Those are cool buttons thanks
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it was awesome boss hope you would provide us with some more interesting buttons like glowing effect when roll over and so on………………………………….
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