That code would be the way to do it (unless you did the rollover with CSS).
Select the thumb image, apply an OpenBrowser Window behavior, and complete
the dialog. Then apply an image swap behavior, and complete the dialog.
Make sure that you select the <A> onClick, and <A> onMouseOver events for
the behaviors, respectively.
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"Esskie" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:eb1v0r$emq$1forums.macromedia.com...> Hi there,
> Fist off I apologise if this question seems ridiculous but please bear
> with me.
> Would I be correct in saying that should I require a thumbnail pic which
> as a link to a larger image to look sepia or B/W but change to colour on
> over I could use the following code:
> onMouseOut="MM_swapImgRestore()"><img src="/mypix/thumb2.jpg"
> width="67" height="50" name="screen2" />
> If so, is there any quick & easy way of doing this in DW?, until
> now I
> have been using copy & paste a lot which does the job.
> Regards, Andy -(Esskie)