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Configuration of dates in the DateChooser component in Flash 8

Posted on 2007-04-04
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Hi There,
My question concerns the DateChooser component in Flash 8.
I am looking for a means of altering the calendar dates such that they are displayed in Green and setting the disabled date(s) such that they are displayed in Red. It would be great if they could be displayed in square blocks (as in the selectedDate).

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,
Paul

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dateChoooser.disabledColor = 0xFF0000;
dateChooser.color = 0x009900;

etc. see the help file for all the available properties.
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Thanks a million for this. However,it would appear that there is no means of placing a square block around the selection (eg. an example would be when a date is selected in the calendar component).

Thanks,
Paul
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