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How do you change the buttons over and click colors? It seems to have a green glow when over the button and the button turns green when clicked. Is it easy and quick to change? I couldn't find where this green color is set in the skin area or the properties of the button. Thanks for any help......

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    How do you change the buttons over and click colors? It seems to have a
    green glow when over the button and the button turns green when clicked.
    Is it easy and quick to change? I couldn't find where this green color
    is set in the skin area or the properties of the button.

    Thanks for any help...
    Bryan Guest

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    Default Re: ui component button

    On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 20:42:19 GMT, Bryan
    <bryanTAKETHISOUTsouthwave.com> wrote:
    >How do you change the buttons over and click colors? It seems to have a
    >green glow when over the button and the button turns green when clicked.
    > Is it easy and quick to change? I couldn't find where this green color
    >is set in the skin area or the properties of the button.
    >
    >Thanks for any help...
    When you click to edit a button you should see four states. A field
    for the static state, over, pressed and a hit area. You can add a
    keyframe and add new layers. You can then add images, text, effects,
    even movies with complicated timelines of there own that respond
    depending of the state of the button. See some of my earlier posts
    where I went into more details.


    Adam Albright Guest

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    Default Re: ui component button

    Adam Albright wrote:
    > On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 20:42:19 GMT, Bryan
    > <bryanTAKETHISOUTsouthwave.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>How do you change the buttons over and click colors? It seems to have a
    >>green glow when over the button and the button turns green when clicked.
    >> Is it easy and quick to change? I couldn't find where this green color
    >>is set in the skin area or the properties of the button.
    >>
    >>Thanks for any help...
    >
    >
    > When you click to edit a button you should see four states. A field
    > for the static state, over, pressed and a hit area. You can add a
    > keyframe and add new layers. You can then add images, text, effects,
    > even movies with complicated timelines of there own that respond
    > depending of the state of the button. See some of my earlier posts
    > where I went into more details.
    I don't see the four states. I just drug the button component from the
    right component list and I can't seem to figure out how to configure the
    colors I want.
    Bryan Guest

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