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Subject: Re: FLASH: websafe colors?!
From: julie gargan
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2000 22:46:01 +0100

Ahh, that makes sense. thanks for the clarification.

> Part of their point was that Flash handles color on its own, separate from the
> browser, and handles it better, so you'll get a closer match to your intended
> colors and won't get weird color shifts within the swf. . However, Flash does
> not handle the background color of the HTML page in which it is displayed.
> Therefore, you can have perfect color IN your flash movie, but since the
> browser handles the bgcolor, and handles it differently from Flash, you're
> still SOL if the browser decides to shift your bgcolor.
> julie gargan wrote:
>> they claim the color shift that
>> people experience is not as prevalent with flash.....(which doesn't explain
>> why many people have problems with their bgcolors not matching between flash
>> and html....)

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  Re: FLASH: websafe colors?!, Matt Spiegler

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