A Gradient is a blend from one color to another color.
A Linear Gradient from black to white.
A Radial Gradient.
In Flash you can either use one of the default Gradients or create your own.
To use the Default Gradients:
Gradients are at the Bottom of the Colour Pallet.
A default Gradient applied to a rectangle.
Creating & Editing the Gradients:
In Flash a Gradient can be created or edited with the Color Mixer tool.
Note: It is possible to apply a Gradient to an outline - but it will not be very visible unless the width is sufficient:
A circle with a gradient outline applied.
- Dragging the Swatch Handles from side to side.
- Click adjacent to the existing Handles to add additional Handles:
Adding additional Color Swatch Handles.
- Drag the Handles down (pull them off) to delete them.
Note: A Gradient needs a minimum of two Handles and therefore you can only delete Handles if you have added additional handles
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