No need to despair. What you want can be done quite easily. But it had
me stumped for a while too, and it took some reading in the manual.
What you may have overlooked - at least I did - is that when you create
a new menu, you'll have to make the choice for a plain menu or a
layered menu. Look in the DVDSP toolbar on top: Import asset / Ad menu
/ Add layered menu. That's the one you need. Then it's simple: assign a
.PSD file as the background, create a button, click Layers in the
Layered Button Inspector, and choose which .psd layer you want for each
state. yes, it's that simple.
But simply not available in a regular menu. So if you started off with
the wrong type of menu, you won't find it.
Hope this helps.
Op 21-okt-05 om 11:43 heeft Mike Stark het volgende geschreven:
> I feel really stupid for being stumped by this. For those of you who,
> like me, started way back with DVDSP1 / DVDSP1.5, we had to
> create photoshop menus and layers for buttons. We were able to
> highlight the button, and when selected it would make the 'button
> layer' visible.
> However, I am having trouble doing the same simple procedure with
> DVDSP3, as I usually use the buttons provided by apple. I cannot work
> out how to 'make visible a photoshop (same file used for the
> background of the menu) layer when selecting that button.
> Any help would be most appreciated as its driving me nuts and I know
> its something stupid on my part!
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