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HELP!!! SHIM ATTACK-- TH R Vicious s!!! - Macromedia Fireworks

I am trying to make some rollovers on a page in Fireworks 3 and sometimes the shims go BEEEEzerk!! They Slice up my page with no mercy at all, and throw them 10, 20, 50 pixels from where they should be! It's a horrible thing to see! What can I do to stop this shim atrocity!!!! Billy Dean Thomas "El Commandante Maquina"...

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    Default HELP!!! SHIM ATTACK-- TH R Vicious s!!!

    I am trying to make some rollovers on a page in Fireworks 3 and sometimes the shims go BEEEEzerk!!
    They Slice up my page with no mercy at all, and throw them 10, 20, 50 pixels from where they should be! It's a horrible thing to see! What can I do to stop this shim atrocity!!!!

    Billy Dean Thomas
    "El Commandante Maquina"


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    .......turn off the shims in export?

    BR

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    gadzouxz wrote: 

    ....export the images and build your own table??

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    Thanks guys!

    I will look into this turning off shims. If I have to I will build my own table even though I was trying to avoid it!

    Thanks for the reply, I'll get those shims!!



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    Solid table construction is the foundation of good web design (this does not
    mean I am promoting tables over CSS) and is a necessary skill for a good web
    developer. You could probably learn something good from the table tutorials
    at the DW FAQ link in my sig.

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