I’m having trouble picturing an accordion with scrollbars. But if it did, why wouldn’t the scrollbar be tuned for the total number of children? Why are children being added as you scroll?
On 7/12/10 6:59 PM, "dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com" <dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com> wrote: In that case, I'll elaborate on the situation... I am using a horizontal Accordion component with newest items to the right. When you scroll left you get to a location where more items are added. As you add each item the scrollbar thumb track jumps to the right and then jumps back to where the mouse is. This happens every time a new item is added to the accordion. On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 6:35 PM, Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com> wrote: Flash renders what is visible and on the display list. UIComponent is invisible until creationComplete and theoretically, it and all of its children shouldn’t be changing after then. Or make it visible=false until you know it is ready. On 7/12/10 2:37 PM, "dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com <http://dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com> " <dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com <http://dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com> > wrote: There's a component that I'm adding child components too it. When I do this there's a flash as the component is added and resized and then put into the right position. Is there a way to prevent a square area from being rendered for a second or two? I can fix the issue but I'd have to go into UIComponent and mess with the base classes. Since I've run into this before (elastic race track) and will in the future its seems a reasonable request. -- Alex Harui Flex SDK Team Adobe System, Inc. http://blogs.adobe.com/aharui