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»Added  2001-03-15
»Rating  7.95
»Votes  44
»Author  Mike Dogan / x-pressive.com | Search by Mike Dogan / x-pressive.com
»Website  http://www.x-pressive.com
»Version  Flash 5
»Description  Use this advanced color picker to pick, save and restore colors at runtime! Just throw it into your movie (any timeline) and you're ready to go. The picker simply returns five global variables when used: R,G,B, RGBHEX and ALPHA. Colors are displayed as both -decimal and hex values. Alpha amount can be set, too. There are three different preview modes: flat, colored sphere or rotating cube. The picker also features 8 slots to save and restore your chosen colors! You can toggle between several palettes (multicolor, white, etc.) -This clip is 100% done with action script algorhythms-no keyframe animations were used. -More cool stuff at: www.x-pressive.com!


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