1 In the Rollovers palette, select the state or frame with the layer attributes you want to use.
2 Select the layer you want to match in the Layers palette.
3 Choose Layer > Match, or choose Match from the Layers palette menu.
4 Select one of the following:
• Current Animation to apply layer attributes for the selected frame to all frames in the animation.
• Current Slice/Image Map's States to apply layer attributes for the selected state to all states in the rollover.
• All Rollovers to apply layer attributes for the selected state to all states in all rollovers in the image that include the layer.
5 Select the layer attributes you want to match, and click OK.
Note: Choose Propogate Frame 1 Changes from the Layers palette pop-up menu to dynamically update all rollover states and animation frames, based on a change in the first frame's position, visibility, or layer style.
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