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Layers are effective tools for managing content, but there is another related concept you need to be aware of: stacking. When multiple objects are in a layer, the objects also have a front-to-back relationship with each other, appearing to be placed on top of each other, which is called the stacking order. Symbols, drawing objects, primitives, text fields, and grouped objects can be stacked. Everything else essentially falls to the bottom of the pile in the layer. To accomplish this, each new symbol or group added to a layer is given a position in the stack, which determines how far up from the bottom it will be placed. This position is assigned in the order in which the symbols or objects are added to the stage. This means that each symbol added to the stage sits in front, or above, the symbols or objects already on the stage. Let s look at this concept:
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1. Open the Stacks.fla file. You will see four photos on the stage. 2. Drag the objects on top of each other, and you will see, as shown in Figure 3-37, a stack; the
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location of each object in this stack is a visual clue regarding when it was placed on the stage.
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Figure 3-37. Objects stacked in a layer Stacking order is not fixed. For example, suppose you wanted to move the bread image to the top of the stack and move the stairs image under the fountain image.
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3. Select the bread image on the stage, and select Modify Arrange Bring to Front. The
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image moves to the top of the stack. This tells you that the Bring to Front and Send to Back menu items are used to move selected objects to the top or the bottom of a stack.
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4. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac) on the stairs image to open the context menu. 5. When the context menu opens, select Arrange Send Backward, as shown in Figure 3-38.
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The stairs move under the fountain image. This tells you that the Bring Forward or Send Backward menu items can be used to move objects in front of or behind each other. What you have also learned is the Arrange menu is available in the Modify menu or by opening an object s context menu.
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SYMBOLS AND LIBRARIES
Figure 3-38. You can also use the context menu to change the stacking order of selected objects. Throughout this book, we have talked about the use of layers to manage content. Obviously, stacking objects on top of each other flies in the face of what we have said. Not so fast. There is an incredibly useful menu item that actually allows you to bring a bit of order to the chaos.
1. Select all the items on the stage. 2. Select Modify Timeline Distribute to Layers. When you release the mouse, the
order of the objects in relation to each other doesn t change, but each object has been removed from the original layer Layer 1 and is now on its own named layer, as shown in Figure 3-39. This is extremely useful, for example, when you import Photoshop layer folders as movie clips and then you see that you need to break them into Flash layers.
3. Close the file, and don t save the changes.
Now that you see what you can do with this powerful menu item, you also need to understand some rules regarding its use: Symbols, shapes, drawing objects, primitives, text fields, and grouped objects will be placed on their own individual layers. For symbols, layer names are based upon either the instance name in the Properties panel or the symbol name in the Library. If both the symbol name and the instance name are the same, instance names take precedence. For text fields the name of the layer is based on the text content or the text field s instance name in the Properties panel. Again, instance names take precedence.
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