By default, changes you make to layers using Layers palette commands and options— including layer visibility, position, and style—apply only to the frame or state (unless you are working with the Normal state or Frame 1). However, you can use the unify buttons in the Layers palette and the Match command to apply changes to all states in a rollover and all frames in an animation:
• The unify buttons determine how the changes you make to a layer in the active state or frame apply to the other states in a rollover or frames in an animation. When a unify button is selected, changes apply to all states and frames; when a button is deselected, changes apply to only the active state or frame.
• The Layer > Match command lets you apply the layer attributes for an existing state or frame to other states in a rollover and frames in an animation.
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