On Tue, 11 Jan 2000 00:55:10 +0800, Ian McKellar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:

>For each of the frame parts create a separate layer in the way
>described above, but call each of these "PART: name" where name will
>be used in the image name. To set frame part attributes append "name
>= value" pairs to the frame part's layer's name (e.g. "PART:
>closebutton class=close-button"). Finally to specify the difference
>between the default frame decoration and the focussed, mouseover, etc
>decoration you can optionally create layers called NORMAL, FOCUSED,
>HIGHLIGHTED and CLICKED. These are merged with frame part layers
>before they're saved. Often a black layer with 50% opacity in
>"Multiply" mode will be what you're after, but if nececarry you can
>provide complete replacement images.

A convenient user-accessible parasite editor would make this sort of
thing MUCH friendlier -- instead of having to use magic cookie layer
names you'd just click on a button on the layer dialog and edit the
layer's externally-defined properties....


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