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Re: [Swftools-common] highlight links (not on hover)

From: Chris Pugh
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] highlight links (not on hover)
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 08:12:24 +0000

As I said, links *ARE* buttons.  However, you didn't state you were
using pdf2swf..

The only command that I know of for an on the fly change, is,

   pdf2swf -v -s linkcolor= <RRGGBBAA>  file.pdf  { where linkcolor
value is in Hex ).

but this only affects the background color of the link itself, on
hover, and is not
permanent   ( option is sort of misleading  really).  Looks like
routine could be
opatched to produce the reverse effect, or else, it's a two stage
process.  Mattias?



2009/1/28 Matt Cline <address@hidden>:
> Hi chris,
> Thank you for your input.  I don't need an example of manipulating buttons
> but do need an example of how to include that manipulation for every link on
> a page during pdf2swf sad generation.
> Thank you
> On Jan 27, 2009, at 3:45 PM, Chris Pugh <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Matt,
>> A link is simply a button made up of text.  Therefore whatever you can
>> do with the attributes of a button you can also do with a 'link',
>> i.e. change almost everything about it's appearance, and function.
>> Do you need an example?
>> Incidentally, I hope Roger's post was intended to be well tic.  It was
>> reminiscent of that old non-pc joke about how to make a Venitian
>> Blind!  Sooner him than I!! ;o)
>> Regards,
>> Chris.
>> 2009/1/27 Roger Chinchilla <address@hidden>:
>>> Only way I know is these specials glasses I saw on amazon.com. They are
>>> good
>>> for you when you look at the screen a lot. Another way to make text stand
>>> out is, close your eyes, put pressure on it with your index finger for
>>> about
>>> 10 seconds, open your eyes and get really close to the screen.
>>> Hope that helps,
>>> Roger
>>> On Jan 27, 2009, at 5:26 PM, matt cline <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>> Hello, is there a way to highlight links w/o having to hover them to see
>>>> the highlights(so their easier to spot in the swfs)?  Thank you.

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