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.
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...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, c0mpl3xxx ktyacke@... wrote:
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
I am looking for any ideas / best practices on how to accomplish the
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!