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    I want to get a picture to fade into a solid color, whether it's black or white...etc. I have tried making a rectangle the same dimensions and fading that out and placing it over the picture, but that to much trouble and doesn't have the same effect.
    I am launching a retail site by July 1 and really need to learn this fast!

    - Sam

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    HELP!

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    lol... I suggest looking for some prewritten scripts until u learn this.. go to the Dynamic Drive site and cut and paste, then take some DHTML tutorials or something.

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    i don't want dhtml...there is a graphical way to achieve the effect that I want!

    Sure would be nice if someone knew!

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    Create a shape that is smaller than the picture you want to fade.
    fill it with black/white gradient (linear or otherwise.
    make sure that the shape with the gradient is on top of the picture.
    select both of them, and hit Ctrl-Alt-G together. (mask group image)
    The black areas will show through, where as the white areas will be masked out.

    This can also be done in photoshop by using the quick mask and some sort of gradient fill, brush etc...

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    corection: Ctrl+Shift+G


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