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Old 03-25-2007, 11:51 AM   #1
Scifo
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Default Turning off the Halo theme in components

I hate the Halo theme and I'd rather just produce JavaScript style boxes with the blue outline and top (#005AF5). I've gone through Flash help and although I vaguely understand how skinning components and changing their themes in external files works I have yet to succesfully produce a component with dark blue outlines instead of one of the Halo colours.
As well as this their method seems incredibly cumbersome involving creating two external links in my flash directories, which might not transfer if I'm launching from another computer


What I'm looking for is something along the lines of, instead of:
Code:
import mx.controls.Alert;
_global.styles.Alert.setStyle("themeColor ", "haloBlue");
I could write
Code:
import mx.controls.Alert;
_global.styles.Alert.setStyle("themeColor ", 0xECE9D8);
or if not, then what is the simplest method of using the halo style components without the halo effect.
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