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Torn Edges Auto Shape

By Alan Musselman August 20, 2008
7,092 Downloads

Rating = 36 votes


Create a Torned Edge with various options. To apply a torn edges frame, drag the frame onto an object on the canvas. To adjust the width of the frame, drag the control point on the left. To adjust the size of torn pattern, drag the control point on the right. Use 1 for fine, and 100 for coarse. To generate a different torn pattern, click the bottom-left control point . To switch torn pattern placements, click the bottom-right control point. Select inside (the default), outside, or both.

SUPPORT INFORMATION
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UI Access:
The Extension Manager installs the Torn Edges shape inside the Auto Shapes folder; the Torn Edges shape appears in the Auto Shapes panel in Fireworks. To use the Torn Edges Auto Shape, drag it from the Shapes panel onto an object on the canvas.

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License: Freeware
Cost: Free
OS: All
File format: MXP | 8.3 KB

Additional extension information

Author: Alan Musselman
Author website: Not available
Date published: August 20, 2008
Approval: None
Browsers: Internet Explorer ALL | Netscape ALL
Required product(s): Fireworks MX
Compatible product(s):

Reviews

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FWCS5_newbie 08-May-11 Rating = 1

Unfortunately, I think that it only works in Fireworks MX. I have Fireworks CS5, and you cannot manipulate the auto shape for the "torn edges" effect. If anyone has any idea of how to use this, please post something under this page. Thanks!

Uripides 19-Apr-11 Rating = 2

I couldn't get the border to look town even when I made it 100%. I'm on MBP i5 with FW CS5

Ian Dore 16-Dec-09 Rating = 1

This is total pap.

Cristi Marin 02-Jul-09 Rating = 5

GJ alan !

berlam@berlamont.com 20-Nov-08 Rating = 5

It says right in the required products Fireworks MX, you shouldn't rate it 1 star just because it doesn't support cs3, it never was meant to.

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