no image from Image Ready problem??

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surfbug

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Hi,

I switched from image to no image and sliced them befored clicking on the browser to look at
the image but I saw only the bar with the name. What can I do?

Thanks a lot for helping,
 
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No idea what you are referring to, what application you are using and what exactly your problem is. Could you be a little more specific or detailed??
 

eddie5659

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Hiya

Have a look here:

http://www.webreview.com/1999/09_24/designers/09_24_99_6.shtml

One last thoughtful touch in the Slice palette is the "No Image" option. You can tell the slice to contain no imagery, and then assign a background color to it. In essence, you can use ImageReady to get the browser to draw part of your graphic for you by replacing a solid color image with a table background color.

ImageReady, by default, creates a single Auto Slice for every image you open. However, there is a button on the ImageReady toolbar that allows you to toggle the Slice view on.
Also here:

http://academy.smc.edu/et16/f2001/et16_wk03_notes.html

If you look down the left hand side in the green, you will see Maximize the No Image area.

Regards

eddie
 
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