Creating lines (arrows) in Muse

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Dec 18, 2017

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I want to use my MUSE website to explain cabinets to my kitchen customers.

The best way to do this is to post a picture then point to the picture with arrow that leads from the descriptive text to the detail I am trying to elucidate.

How do you go about creating an "arrow" line in muse?

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Ussnorway Most Valuable Participant , Dec 18, 2017
Illustrator will make you a good arrow, however I would make the arrow as part of the image in Photoshop;layer 1 = your base image (cabinet)layer 2 = arrow... import this PSD file into Muse as a single (layer 1) on normal and a composite (all layers) on rolloverthe effect is that an arrow points to something when the mouse rolls over it... a simple | limited animation but self contained with the image frame

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Hi jarvis393,

There isn't a way of creating the arrows directly in Muse and it won't either be supported by HTML5.

You will have to create these objects in other applications like Illustrator or Photoshop and import in Muse.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Ankush

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Illustrator will make you a good arrow, however I would make the arrow as part of the image in Photoshop;

layer 1 = your base image (cabinet)

layer 2 = arrow... import this PSD file into Muse as a single (layer 1) on normal and a composite (all layers) on rollover

the effect is that an arrow points to something when the mouse rolls over it... a simple | limited animation but self contained with the image frame

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Thank  you for your help.

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