Ack! I stand corrected - had to go back and look at my code - it is the TileList that has the rowCount behavior that I don't like. I have An accordion where each panel is a canvas that contains a TileList.
So it's the TileList that I need to have look differently. I think the default rowCount is 4 for a TileList. I'd rather have it show X pixels worth of info instead. Sorry for the confusion. --- In email@example.com, "Tracy Spratt" <tspr...@...> wrote: > > I don't think I have ever set rowCount with Accordion, and have never > seen the problem you describe. What happens if you do not set it? > > > > Tracy Spratt > Lariat Services > > Flex development bandwidth available > > ________________________________ > > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:flexcod...@yahoogroups.com] On > Behalf Of lanekelly5 > Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 10:32 AM > To: email@example.com > Subject: [flexcoders] Accordion problem - rowCount/scrollbar > > > > Is there a way to essentially disable the rowCount property of an > accordion and just have it show as much content (including partial > rows) in the vertical space that is available? I'm finding that if I > set a rowCount which takes up less space than the expanded section has > available I get an annoying thin gray bounding box and the scroll bar > only extends down that far. I have dead space below that before the > collapsed accordion headers are displayed. If I set my rowCount to be > large enough to take up more space than there is my scrollbar is > screwed up - there's no slider or up/down arrow visible. > > Does this make sense? I really want to specify no rowCount and have it > show as much as possible based on the height available. (I need to fix > the height of the overall accordion component to fit the design layout.) >