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Style in Flex4
Posted on: June 21, 2010 at 12:00 AM
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In this section you will introduce to applying style to controls. You can change the appearance of components using style properties.

Style in Flex4:

In this section you will introduce to applying style to controls. You can change the appearance of components using style properties. If you set the style of the parent container it may be inherited by its children. It means you can set the style once and then apply that style to all controls of a single type.
You can provide the property value in three format:

1. Length
2. Color
3. Time

There are many ways to apply styles in flex. They are following:

1. External style sheets
2. Local style sheets
3. Using StyleManager class
4. getStyle() and setStyle() method
5. Inline Style
6. Setting global styles

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Posted on: June 21, 2010

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