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Solved: Photoshop CS Image Slicing

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by mrtechnique, Jan 17, 2007.

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  1. mrtechnique

    mrtechnique Thread Starter

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    Does anybody know how to create rollover images in Photoshop without having to rename the slices when I Save For Web? When I save the images, I would like to have to do it just once without having to rename the individual slices of the rollover buttons.
     
  2. lister

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    If the slices don't have different names, how is the code to tell one pic from the other?
     
  3. ferrija1

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    Can't you put two in the same slice if they're in the same place?
     
  4. mrtechnique

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    How can I give a slice two names? There's only a spot for one, so I have to name the slice one name for a button and then when I hide or display some layers for a rollover state, I've got to rename the slice.
     
  5. ferrija1

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    I meant two layer/button things in one slice.
     
  6. mrtechnique

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    I found out the solution. I just went to the Save for Web menu option and changed some settings.
     
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