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swf_addcolor — Add a new color for use


void swf_addcolor(red, green, red, alpha);
double red: Red component
double green: Green component
double red: Blue component
double alpha: Transparency




Defines a new color for use in the SWF file. Values are a decimal between -1 and 1 with 1 being the hightest level, e.g. FF or 255 in other web-based color system. The alpha paramter sets the opacity of the defined color with -1 being opqaue and 1 being transparent.

Unlike the image functions such as imagecolorallocate() , these functions are used implicitly when either swf_placeobject() , swf_modifyobject() or swf_addbuttonrecord() is used. If you wish to change the color of an object, it must be done prior to using these functions as in the example below.


Existing since version 4.0


Example 1252. Define colors for use

swf_openfile ("test.swf", 100, 100, 30, 0.8, 0.8, 0.8);
swf_addcolor(1, 1, 0, 0);
swf_definefont(1, "Pix3");
swf_definetext(2, "Hello World", 0);

// green transparent text
swf_addcolor(0, 1, 0, -0.5);
swf_placeobject(2, 1);

swf_definetext(3, "Hello Again", 0);

// black solid text
swf_addcolor(0, 0, 0, 1);
swf_placeobject(3, 1);

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