Hiding layers is so you can select and edit graphics in flash easier.
Its not so you can hide layers in the .swf file.
I would suggest that you save your project as version 2 and delete
the unwanted layers rather than hide them
"Dave B" <davegbnREMOVEhotmail.com> wrote in message
news:JY_ac.11430$lt2.2715newsread1.news.pas.earth link.net...(let's> So I was making a set of .swfs, and each has a different graphic. I put
> each of the different pictures on a separate layer, and then to makefor> call it) "movie 01", I turned off all the layers except Picture 1. Thenon.> "Movie 02, I turned on Picture 2, and turned off all the others, and sonot> But when I published my movie, ALL the layers showed up in the .swf, even
> thought they were turned off in Flash. What's up with that? Is there a
> workaround to this...? Seems to me if a layer is turned off - it should> publish. (?)
> If it helps, the .swf in question can be viewed at
> [url]http://www.vetindustry.com/[/url] (yes, very elementary, but the client likes
> it..:) ). This one actually works right as I made it separetely. The idea
> is that each .swf has a different animal in it.