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Figure 2-49. Choosing the sliders to change a color value
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Saving custom colors in Flash is not exactly up there in the category of dead simple. After you have created your custom color, you need to add it to the main Color palette and then save it as a color set. Here s how:
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1. Open the Color panel, select the Fill color, and select Solid Color as the fill type. Create
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this color #B74867 (dusty rose) and make sure it is now the Fill color by pressing the Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac) key.
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2. Click the menu in the upper-right corner of the panel to open the panel s drop-down menu. Select
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Add Swatch, as shown in Figure 2-50.
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Figure 2-50. You start by selecting Add Swatch from the panel menu.
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3. Click the Fill drop-down menu to open the current Color palette. Your new swatch will appear,
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as shown in Figure 2-51, in the bottom-left corner of the swatches. You can add as many colors as you want, but we ll stay with the one we are using here.
Figure 2-51. Your custom color now appears on the current Color palette.
4. Open the Swatches panel by selecting Window Swatches or pressing Ctrl+F9 (Windows) or
Cmd+F9 (Mac).
5. When the panel opens, click the panel menu, shown in Figure 2-52, and select Save Colors.
The Save As dialog box will open.
Figure 2-52. Saving a swatch
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If you pay attention to the Save As dialog box, you will notice the file is being saved as a Flash Color Set or *.clr file.
6. Name your file myFirstSet.clr, and as shown in Figure 2-53, save it to C:\Program
Files\Adobe\Adobe Flash CS5\Common\First Run (Windows) or <Hard Drive> / Users / <User Name> / Library/ Application Support / Adobe / Flash CS5 / en / Configuration / Color Sets (Mac). Click OK to create the CLR file and close the dialog box. You don t have to use the Flash application folder for these. Just put them in a location where they will be handy. Some Flash designers stick them in their My Documents folder, and others put them in the project folder.
Figure 2-53. A color set
7. To load the color set, simply open the Swatches panel, and select Add Colors from the panel
menu. Navigate to the folder containing the set, and double-click it to add the set to Flash. Yes, we agree that is a lot of work. Is there an easier way In fact, there is. Why not do what the print guys do and attach a color swatch directly to the file Let s assume you have a client who has six specific corporate colors that must always be used. Create a movie clip containing squares filled with those colors, and then simply put that movie clip on the pasteboard, which is the area just outside the stage that doesn t show in the published SWF by default. Any time you need the color, select the Eyedropper tool and sample it. If you are really lazy, don t add it to the pasteboard, and simply sample the color using the Library Preview pane. If you use the colors in a lot of projects, you might even consider adding it to a shared library along with the client s logos and other common elements used in the client s Flash projects.
The kuler Color Picker
A couple of years ago, Adobe introduced a small web-based color picker named kuler. The whole premise behind the application was to give designers the opportunity to freely share custom color schemes with each other. Needless to say, the application was a hit, and it has quietly been added to practically every Adobe application that contains a color palette. Flash is no exception.
To access the Kuler panel shown in Figure 2-54, select Window Extensions Kuler. Scroll through the list in the panel. If you a see a combination (they are called themes) you like, just click the arrow to the right of the set s name, and select Add to swatches panel. When you open the Swatches panel, you will see the set has been added to the bottom color chips.
Figure 2-54. The Kuler panel You can also edit a swatch in the panel. Click the right arrow that appears when you select a theme, and select Edit This Theme from the drop-down menu. The Create area of the Kuler panel, as shown in Figure 2-55, will open. Select a swatch, and start making changes. Once you have a color or theme that works for you, click the Save Theme button to name your theme. If you want to return to the main panel, click the Browse button.
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