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Rollover on ONE frame ONLY

Rollover on ONE frame ONLY

Rollover on ONE frame ONLY

I am new to ImageReady, but have read many tutorials about creating a layer based rollover but it doesn't seem to be working for me.

I have a 5 layer, 5 frame animation that loops.
Each frame is a different image.
When i get to the last frame, then and only then, i would like to be able to click through to a url.
What is happening is that the rollover state is present throughout the entire animation.

How can i make it only active in the last frame?

Thanks in advance for any assistance!

RE: Rollover on ONE frame ONLY

The link is on the animated gif not on individual frames.
If the animation loops, the user would only be able to hit the link on the last image in the animation. that wouldn't be user friendly, be more like a 'shoot em up'.
What are you trying to do over all - there may be a better approach.


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