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New User, Problem with Image/Symbol

New User, Problem with Image/Symbol

New User, Problem with Image/Symbol

I am creating my first Flash 4 movie.  I want a screen shot of IE to move across the screen.  I imported Illustrator artwork and converted it to a symbol. Created motiuon guide and tweened it across the screen, so far so good.  When I hit the enter key, I get the result I want.

However, when I publish preview, or test the movie using the controller, instead of seeing the image, I see a red box move across the screeeen.  What am I missing?


RE: New User, Problem with Image/Symbol

Make sure that your not doing any masking, if you are go to where the masking instance is and click show mask, if you not you might want to make sure this picture is registerd as a symbol. You can do this by clicking on insert on the top tool bar.

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