[Pro] fading slide show problems

I posted about this earlier and am still having problems with it. Basically I want a fading slidehow of artwork on the home page. Yet the image widths get cut off even if I resize the graphic item. You can see it on http://www.elsamarley.com
How can you prevent the widths from being cut off?

The pictures behind glitch I m also working on and it seems if I add a white background for each it does the trick, haven’t fixed it on the site yet.


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What technique are you using to create this slideshow?

On May 31, 2009, at 9:32 PM, Waylen wrote:

I posted about this earlier and am still having problems with it.
Basically I want a fading slidehow of artwork on the home page. Yet
the image widths get cut off even if I resize the graphic item. You
can see it on http://www.elsamarley.com


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-Html item with undefined height
-inserted graphic item
-1st image in folder imported to graphic item
-Fading slide show action applied-(by Weaver)
http://www.coastalrugs.com/Actions/fadingslideshow.html
-1st image of folder selected in action


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Check the images in that folder – make sure they are all at 72ppi and
the dimensions you expect them to be on screen (in pixels). Web
browsers treat all images as if they were 72ppi, regardless of how the
image headers are set, so if your originals are higher resolution than
that, they will appear larger than intended on screen.

Walter

On Jun 1, 2009, at 10:39 AM, Waylen wrote:

-Html item with undefined height
-inserted graphic item
-1st image in folder imported to graphic item
-Fading slide show action applied-(by Weaver)
http://www.coastalrugs.com/Actions/fadingslideshow.html
-1st image of folder selected in action


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Have you tried this doing this…make a blank page and sketch a graphic the size of your slide show. Then one at a time import each picture into the graphic and scale and pad. Then preview the page in a browser window and save the graphic that Freeway outputs, you know for sure then that that picture will be the size of your slide show…when finished use all of those graphics for the slide show.


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Ok, i finally figured it out. Made all the images with a large white canvas and exactly the same size. Did the trick. Thanks for your help!


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