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transparent gradients?

transparent gradients?

transparent gradients?

I'm trying to place a map of our office location in the background of our new brochure in such a way that it's fully visible at the centre fading out to nothing at the edges.

In Flash I would do this as a transparent gradient but I can't find out how to do this in freehand. Anyone got the juice?   

RE: transparent gradients?

  I am trying to do the same thing. What I am trying is using the dissovle effect from Adobe Photoshop Which works about the same as a transparent Gradient from flash besides that I don't really know. sorry.


If you code it I will crash it.

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