if it is rollover javascript effects, the GIMP now can do it -
GIMP CVS HEAD at least , with Gimp-Python installed, look for the 
"py-slice" plugin.


On Monday 07 November 2005 09:12 pm, michael chang wrote:
> On 11/7/05, Ernesto Orozco Coulson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Excuse me, but no flash plugin is needed, in that kind
> > of applications, you export three elements: Images,
> > JavaScript, and a HTML Table. You do not need a Flash
> > Plugin to have it in your browser.
> True, but I believe Macromedia products export a flash swf file for
> this, regardless of whether it is necessary to achieve the effect.
> > Images are discouraged by
> > Dont think so. (just is needed to use the ALT tab)
> I believe it was rollover javascript... plus it violates some
> "niceness" design standards.  Ironically, after searching the site,
> I can't find the document I had looked at earlier, and I probably
> must have misinterpreted something anyways.  In any case, it
> doesn't matter, it's not a big deal.  (Besides, rollover Javascript
> is so common now, I suppose.)
> > I understand GIMP is not for this now, but why not?,
> > would be very useful. I will see if I can contribute
> > in the future about.
> If you contribute something of this sort, I'm quite sure others who
> run into your problem in the future will be very greatful.  I was
> just trying to explain why it wasn't already there, and why it
> might be a while before someone else writes such a tool (at least
> for doing it from within GIMP).
> --
> ~Mike
>  - Just my two cents
>  - No man is an island, and no man is unable.
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