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    custom skin for flash player

    Where can I get a skin for this flash player so I can change the color?
    I have been looking for this for some time. I am learning Flash in order to build my own player but in the meantime I can use this player and change the color until that one is ready.

    Here is an example of what I want:

    http://www.coverall.com/why.aspx


    Please help.

    Thanks.

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    You can create your own skins for jplayer, FlowPlayer and JWPlayer.

    There may be others, but those are ones I know about.

    EDIT: This page looks like a tutorial on how to skin the video player you linked to: http://code.google.com/p/haloskinnin...fobject.js?r=3

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    Thanks for all the information.

    I took the slavery survey and was surprised because I live very lean. I saw a CNN feature last month about the girls that build Western Digital hard drives in Philippines and it was shocking.

    I was thinking about this for some time and I think the feature mentioned a solution that would be most effective - there should be a registry that certifies that a product is not made with slave labour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakke View Post
    I took the slavery survey and was surprised because I live very lean.
    Yeah, I doubt that it's very accurate, but it certainly makes a sobering point. Saw an interview recently with a guy who's been highlighting the conditions of Chinese workers who put together Apple and other devices. Pretty shocking. Includes kids as young as 13, whose hands are basically crippled after a few years of highly repetitive tasks.


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