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Adobe Flash problem - August 20th 2009, 10:25 PM

Okay so I just got Adobe Flash CS4 Professional and I've been trying it out. I've come across a problem which currently is very frustrating: If I try to import layers from Photoshop that aren't rectangular, it fills in the background of the layer with white, even though in photoshop it had no background. I looked on a couple sites but I couldn't find anything. Help?


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Re: Adobe Flash problem - August 21st 2009, 03:30 PM

Try this: http://blog.kazumakzak.com/2008/12/1...port-in-flash/


   
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Re: Adobe Flash problem - August 21st 2009, 07:24 PM

I might be wrong here since I use CS3, but doesn't white represent transparency by default?




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Re: Adobe Flash problem - August 23rd 2009, 04:38 PM

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I might be wrong here since I use CS3, but doesn't white represent transparency by default?
As far as I know, CS4 doesn't make any changes to how transparency is displayed across the entire suite - a grey and white chequered grid.
Flash CS4 did bring in an improvement to importing files different CS4 applications though, which I think is where the issue lies. Oh, I think the difference might be caused by the way the stage is rendered. CS4 uses the same flash rendering engine as the one used when you preview a file (or export it) so the stage looks exactly how the final production should look like. Perhaps the difference is caused by the way CS3 renders the stage.


   
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Re: Adobe Flash problem - August 24th 2009, 05:42 AM

Yeah, that's what I actually meant, CS3 shows the stage as having a white background, even though it's transparent rather than actually white.




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Re: Adobe Flash problem - August 24th 2009, 09:09 PM

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Yeah, that's what I actually meant, CS3 shows the stage as having a white background, even though it's transparent rather than actually white.
Really? Because when I tried to play it in the preview it still showed as white. I'll look at it again. Thanks for the help.


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Re: Adobe Flash problem - August 24th 2009, 10:51 PM

Keep in mind I might be wrong since the default settings might be different in CS4, but give it a try, the option should be there in any case =).




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Re: Adobe Flash problem - August 25th 2009, 01:41 PM

Well, are you saying after you RENDER it's white? Because if there's nothing there, and you render, by default, it's going to be white or black.
   
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