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    I am wondering if there is way, to get an image of the internet, import it into Fireworks (4.0), and then apply it as a texture to an image. I hope you get what I mean.
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    Sounds like that would be stretching the limits of Fireworks...

    Depends how good you would want the final outcome to be. Would you want the texture to be seamless, or simply large area overlayed onto another image ?

    You could put the texture on a new layer then lower the opacity; crude, but that's what Fireworks is.

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    I have a cube shape I made in Fireworks and my company name is LAVAcube. So I want to fill the cube with a texture of lava you see? Are there any other image editing programs I could use. I have Illustrator and Photoshop and I'm OK with both. Any way to do it in either of them or CAN I do it in Fireworks?
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    I would recommend Photoshop for this. Attached is a rough mock-up example, the texture is just placed over the cube then playing with blending modes, in this case 'overlay'.

    If you want the PSD. then PM me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by will7
    I am wondering if there is way, to get an image of the internet, import it into Fireworks (4.0), and then apply it as a texture to an image. I hope you get what I mean.
    Wow, version 4. Well, it can be done with version 6 and 7, maybe it can be done with version 4 too.
    Go to the folder where it's installed and look for a folder called textures, place the texture there and apply it as you would apply another default texture.

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    Trico, I don't think that is what he meant.


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    Well keep it to your self why don't you...

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    What are you talking about? Why would I keep it to myself, I'm just telling you.


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    It's a little British sarcasm for, stop beating around the bush and cut to the point, you're not telling me anything... so; What does he mean ?

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    Thanks. It was sooooo simple. All I have to do is go to Fill | Other, then navigate to what I want as the texture. Lol. Why didn't I figure that out in the first place??
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