You can use a motion tween to tween from a tint of one color to another,
instead of a shape tween.
... But not two completely diferente colors, right?
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Sure - you can go from 100% red tint to 100% green tint no problem.
You got me there .
The reason I've been asking this is that I have all these icons (buttons wanna be) in Illustrator - all colors set for all states (up, down, active, etc.) - and now I need to figure out those colors using tint in Flash...
Tint will set the color of every pixel - so unless these are solid
shapes, it may not be what you need. Unless you break them apart
(Ctrl+B) and group and layer them carefully, to only tint the parts you
actually need to tint..
You could also try the Adjust Color filter, which can also be animated
with a motion or classic tween.
I think I got it... I had to split the objects to individual layers. What I didn't know is that there's also a color picker in tint which is a great thing.