Using the Color panel


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Using the Color panel

Using the Color panel, you can fine-tune the colors applied to your shapes. If you don't see the Color panel on your screen, you can find it at Window > Color. So on the Stage here I have an avocado shape. And I want to make it a little bit darker and apply a custom color to the shape. So I'll open up the Color panel and I'll make the change. When you open the Color panel, you'll see a bunch of different sliders and other settings that you can control to modify colors. The first thing I want to point out is something where people commonly make errors when working with the Color panel.

Often, people will think they are editing a fill color when they will actually be editing the stroke color. You can tell whether you are editing a stroke or a fill based on whether stroke color or fill color is selected. You can tell which one is selected because it has a dark background. So right now I have fill color selected. There are also buttons to set the default colors, Black stroke ...

Using the Color panel
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Using the Color panel provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training

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Web
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Flash Professional
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