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This scrollable field allows for the selection of specific Photoshop layers that will be visible in the Menu s Background Picture Layers with the Show checkbox checked (see Fig 9-7a) will be visible In a Standard Menu, this does not control which layers are seen for Button states, as that is only a feature of Layered Menus
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Menu Shadow: These settings configure the drop shadow settings for this menu These settings can be used to provide shadow for text elements, shapes, and drop zones
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The Menu Inspector Transition Tab contains properties that control which Transition is used globally on this Menu (See Figs 9-7c and 9-7d)
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The Menu Inspector Color Settings Tab contains properties that control which method is used to determine the Menu highlights These may be set for Menus that use a Subpicture Overlay file (even Layered Menus, despite the fact that this seems at odds with the Switched Photoshop Layer highlights),
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Figure 9-7c Standard Menu Transitions
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Figure 9-7d Layered Menu Transitions
or for menus lacking a Subpicture Overlay file As shown in Figures 9-8a and 9-8b, the Color Settings Tab functions may use a Simple Overlay Colors (just Black) or Advanced Overlay Colors (see Simple versus Advanced Overlay Colors, below)
Simple Overlay Colors
The simplest scheme, Simple Overlay Colors, uses black pixels in the Subpicture Overlay file to map the highlights As seen in Figure 9-8b, there are only three controls a highlight color and transparency can be set for Normal, Selected, and Activated states
Simple Overlay Colors versus Advanced Overlay Colors
There are three different selection schemes for the Overlay Colors: Simple Colors, Advanced Colors (Chroma), and Advanced Colors (Grayscale)
To set a highlight color:
Click the Color pop-up and select one of the 16 colors for a highlight Slide the opacity setting to the desired value (0 15), or enter a value in the field to the right of the slider
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Figure 9-8a Advanced Color Settings
Figure 9-8b Simple Color Settings
To edit the colors available in the highlight color palette:
Click on the edit Palette button, to display the Colors Palette (see Fig 9-9a)
To edit a color in the highlight color palette:
Click on the desired color, to display the Colors dialog (see Fig 9-9b) Modify the color as desired, then close the Colors dialog
Advanced Colors (Grayscale)
The Advanced Colors Grayscale settings allow the use of more than one level of Gray to map the Menu highlights For each button state, this setting can map up to 4 grayscale values (Black 100%, Dark Gray 66%, light Gray 33%, and White 0%) to a corresponding color and opacity level Each
Figure 9-9a The Color Palette click a color to open the Color Dialog
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If there is more than one Color Set in use, repeat the above procedure for each of the Color Sets in use in this Menu
NOTE! The Color Settings of the Menu Inspector and the Button Inspector interact changes to one will be echoed in the other In other words, Color Settings are global for an entire menu, and not definable button-bybutton
Advanced Colors (Chroma)
The Advanced Colors Chroma settings allow the use of four key colors to map the Menu highlight colors For each button state, this setting can map one of four standard DVD highlight color values (Black RGB 0,0,0; White RGB 255,255,255; Red RGB 255,0,0, and Blue RGB 0,0,255) to a corresponding color and opacity level Each Selection State (Normal, Selected, Activated) can map these four color values, allowing for complex multiple-color highlights or for pseudo-antialiased values
Figure 9-9b The Colors Dialog
Selection State (Normal, Selected, Activated) can map these four values, allowing for complex multiple-color highlights or for pseudo-antialiased values
To set Highlight Colors using Grayscale Values:
Select the Desired Menu into the Menu editor Display the Menu Inspector Select Mapping Type: Grayscale Select the desired Selection State: Normal, Selected, Activated For each Key Grayscale value: Select the desired highlight Color from the pop-up Select the desired opacity level Repeat until all Button States have been programmed
To set Highlight Colors using Chroma Values:
Select the Desired Menu into the Menu editor Display the Menu Inspector Select Mapping Type: Chroma Select the desired Selection State: Normal, Selected, Activated For each Key color: Black, White, Red, Blue Select the desired highlight Color from the pop-up Select the desired opacity level Repeat until all Button States have been programmed
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