I have exported a fireworks
.fw.png file to a
.png and a
.css file. I have lost the
.fw.png files and the
.css file has 200+ objects. Is there anyway to recreate the slices from the CSS code?
Thanks scott, i tend to agree.... ;-)
what i ended up doing was looking at the code that fireworks creates for a slice. I then used the CSS and parsed it through a regular expression to extract the coordinates and slice name. Then i pasted these into excel, translated the numbers to the required format and used the concatenate function to generate a fireworks call. i saved these as a stored fireworks macro.
this got the slices done, but i couldn't work out how to do the layers quickly, so that was a manual process.
I don't think this is possible.
You will have to manually reconstruct things using the CSS as a guide but there's no way to transfer CSS to objects in Fireworks. Also be aware the ability Fireworks has to save a layered PNG file is proprietary to Fireworks. Standard PNG files don't contain layers and construction elements.