Note: As a potential solution, I have been trying to add some custom style 
properties to my various components (ie. fillColor, fillAlpha, etc.), then 
setting these properties via CSS. The thought was that I could then simply 
update those properties using the styleManager.getStyleDeclaration() method, 
and in my components, set the colors using getStyle(). The issue is that the 
compiler throws errors when I try to implement the custom styles in my 
stylesheet using a custom style. 


.myStyle {
     fillColor: 0x000000;
     fillAlpha: .5;

The previous code would throw an error that the compiler did not recognize the 
style properties for fillColor or fillAlpha. If I can figure out a way to get 
past this, then I might have a solution... 

Thanks again!!

--- In, "c0mpl3xxx" <ktyacke@...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to create a set of components for a video player app that require 
> the ability to be styled via user supplied color options. Basically I have a 
> set of buttons and text objects that will receive custom color properties 
> from the user. This would be easy enough to accomplish using custom style 
> properties on the components and a little CSS; however, I can't figure out 
> how to make this work since the color data is dynamic and served up by the 
> server (i.e. I can't hard-code or create any css style sheets during the 
> build process).
> I am looking for any ideas / best practices on how to accomplish the 
> following:
> 1) Styling components using data supplied at run-time
> 2) Updating specific stylesheet properties at run-time (i.e. I want to change 
> the fontSize value for a custom style called ".h1").
> Ideally I'd be able to link the various components to some stored properties 
> (like css) and then just update those properties and have the components 
> automatically respond. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> Thanks!

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