ColorSliderPicker is a user interface component for Flex that allows the user to pick a color value. It combines a set of sliders where each slider represents a component of a colorspace. For example, a ColorSliderPicker displaying an RGB color includes a red slider, a green slider, and a blue slider.
Using ColorSliderPicker in Flex 3
In Getting Started, the ColorSlider picker uses the default RGB color space. A color space is a way to represent a color value using multiple subvalues. An RGB color has a red value, a green value, and a blue value. A few more color space options are available, including HSB, CMY, and CMYK.
The following simple application demonstrates each of the availble
colorSpace values. A RadioButton exists for each, and selecting a new value will automatically update the ColorSliderPicker.
As you can see, a slider appears for each subvalue of the selected color space. RGB, HSB, and CMY each have three subvalues, and CMYK has four.
To see a live example, please install Adobe Flash Player version 9 or higher.
Download the MXML example file.
For additional information, please take a look at the Examples section for functional demonstrations and the ActionScript 3.0 Class Reference for full details on every property, method, and style available to the ColorSliderPicker component.