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Subject: Re: FLASH: setRGB (try three)
From: Helen Triolo
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 12:52:43 GMT

The color variable should be a number, not a string. This works:

nWhite = 0xffffff;
newColor = new Color(testMC);
newColor.setRGB(nWhite);
Stop();

Regards,
Helen
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Scott McDonald wrote:
>
> Sorry for being a pest, but I didn't see any responses to my two previous
> posts... I am going crazy here... please tell me how or if I can get the
> equiv to this:
>
> White = "0xFFFFFF"
> newColor = new color(testMC);
> newColor.setRGB(White);
>
> it makes it black, regardless of what hex I put in...

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