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If you are animating the image, you should set the smoothing property of the image to be true. If you have the image in the library, then right click it in the library, choose Properties, and select the option to Allow Smoothing. This should help with pixelation and other impacts of animating the image.
You might also adjust any other settings in that same interface. It is possible the color change is due to optimization settings in Flash.
Browsers are notorious for color infidelity. Since Flash 10 though Adobe introduced color correction capability:
Thank you very much for your help. It does look better now. Checking Smoothing helped.
How would you deal with the colour issue? There is a clear difference in the image on the home page and the gallery page.
Your help will be appreciated.
Thank you for the link. Would you be able to clarify that and describe the way I should deal with that as I find the page you're pointing to quite difficult to understand and use in my project?
I would appreciate your help.
Well, if you want to develop in AS3 understanding of language documentation is paramount.
What do you find difficult to understand in the description?
Basically, try to set colorCorrection to "on".
As there is no AS code in the animation example, what shall the code look like? Shall it be just:
No, it should be:
stage.colorCorrection = ColorCorrection.ON;
I've changed the code, but now the animation looks really bad (the background behind the person)