Hhm, no reply to this which I guess means either I wasn't real clear about the problem, or no one has tried to do this and run into this issue. I haven't yet been able to figure it out myself, it just seems that Flex doesn't know that the window has grown larger than the viewport in order to add the scrollbar.
Mary Jo --- In email@example.com, "happy dog owner" <maryjo@...> wrote: > > I have a TitleWindow popup with a form that allows user to add additional > rows to the form. Each "row" is a two-line set of elements with a HGroup > nested inside a VGroup. I have the form inside a Scroller component but it > doesn't seem to be able to detect when the form grows to the point of needing > scrolling, the scrollbar stays disabled, even if explicitly set to be on. I > do run a method when adding rows that calls an invalidateSize() followed by a > validateNow() on the TitleWindow but that doesn't seem to fix the issue. Any > ideas? > > > --- Mary Jo >