shade rollover

How can I make a rollover in which a picture is shaded/not clearly visible and when the mouse moves over it it becomes clear.
As shown in this site http://www.marijkeaerden.com/flash_content/flash_content.html
thanks very much for the help
Raymond


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Firstly you would get a faster response if you posted in the regular FreewayTalk section as this is really for PHP/Database type issues but anyway…

You dont say what version you are using but if it is Pro here is a quick example.

http://www.deltadzine.net/shaderollover.html

This was done by creating a normal rollover from 2 images. Draw a graphic box and import image, duplicate on top and import 2nd image (darker/lighter version)

Select both and Group, add Rollover action and set parameters in action palette.

My version was done with the same image in both but Photomagic action applied to one to make it look different.

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Thanks David, it sounds logic. For 1 image it seems easy, but for 30 images more work.
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http://www.deltadzine.net/shader2.html

If you are using the Photomagic action then it is much faster.

That site of course is all done in Flash and probably uses Lightroom or similar for the galleries - but yes quite a lot of work.

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the Photomagic action is new to me. I have the Pro version.
Can it function like a roll-over; or do I still need the 2 images. I change opacity in the Photomagic action but doesn’t show any result. I want to use it for my site
http://www.raymondvanhouten.nl/portretten.html
thanks very much for the help
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You can also use CSS and image opacity to do this for most modern
browsers.
For example;
http://www.freewayactions.com/test/css-image-hover/

Have a play around with the styles as these currently target all
images on the page. Also if you are concerned about CSS validation
then some of the vendor specific classes used here isn’t going to be
for you.
Regards,
Tim.

On 29 Oct 2009, at 13:16, DeltaDave wrote:

http://www.deltadzine.net/shader2.html

If you are using the Photomagic action then it is much faster.

That site of course is all done in Flash and probably uses Lightroom
or similar for the galleries - but yes quite a lot of work.

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sorry David, should have tried first before asking. It works
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On 29 Oct 2009, 1:49 pm, Tim Plumb wrote:

You can also use CSS and image opacity to do this for most modern
browsers.
For example;
CSS Image Hover

Tim, I’m not familiar with CSS (for image-hoover). Where can i find more about it


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