I’m still lost.  Are you trying to control the wrapping Scroller’s scrollbar or 
is there a  scrollbar in your Haccordion?

I think I would build one into the Haccordion that knows how many children 
exist.  That’s how List and others handle virtualized renderers.

On 7/13/10 2:52 AM, "dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com" 
<dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com> wrote:

I think what I'm looking for is a way to have it not apply any updates for a 
few frames. In the same way includeInLayout set to false causes it to be 
skipped in the layout, something similar to prevent any updates to scroll 

On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 3:54 AM, dorkie dork from dorktown 
<dorkiedorkfromdorkt...@gmail.com> wrote:
i tried both adding it before and after data is available. the data isn't 
necessary. its as soon as i add a new container to the beginning of the 

2010/7/13 Tom Chiverton <tom.chiver...@halliwells.com>

 On Tuesday 13 Jul 2010 08:48:43 you wrote:
> right. its for lazy loading. when the scroll thumb goes into the "hot area"
> then it sends requests to the server for new content. when new content is
> received i create a new container

Why not create an empty 'dummy' container before firing the request, then
populate it when it comes back ?

Alex Harui
Flex SDK Team
Adobe System, Inc.

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