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One of the greatest advantages of creating skins in Flash opposed to Illustrator or Photoshop is the amount of control over how the skin looks and functions. In Flash you can export all your skins as Flex components in a swc file which allows you to use those components as both classes or artwork. The flexibility comes in handy when building custom working/looking components. Button skins can be applied using the skin property with all of the states included in 1 skin class instead of four different images or symbols. You can even add transitional animations in between states. The WorkWatcher Header: We developed WorkWatcher, there buy this a business management AIR application, cheapest in Flex with all the skins designed in Illustrator and Flash. One of the interesting skins is the header bar with the stripes also needed to be able to stretch. The stripes are added or removed Read the full article…

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Flex.org already has tons of tutorials and looks like a great resource for Flex development and the Flex community. flex.org I was first introduced to the ColorTransform class while reading the AS2 to AS3 migration documentation about setRGB(). I was immediately impressed with the features, stomach web but intimidated when I saw the constructor and all the offset, story color and alpha arguments. I just needed to change the color of something, nothing special, no gradients, no alpha, no space shuttle landings, just a simple hex color change. So here is a simple color change utility that is a lot closer to what I am used to. ?View Code ACTIONSCRIPTfunction paint(obj:Object,color:Number):void{ var ct:ColorTransform = new ColorTransform(); ct.color = color; obj.transform.colorTransform = ct; } source here I was first introduced to the ColorTransform class while reading the AS2 to AS3 migration documentation about setRGB(). I was immediately impressed with the features, Read the full article…