[Flashcoders] Re: SWAddress logical workflow

2009-06-16 Thread Omar Fouad
No ideas? On 6/14/09, Omar Fouad omarfouad@gmail.com wrote: Well i believe that group 94 are using a different technique to implement SWFAddress dynamically. Ty also took care of fast next-previous browsing. What do you think? On 6/14/09, Gerry noentour...@gmail.com wrote: That's

[Flashcoders] skinning in cs4 tutorial help

2009-06-16 Thread Gustavo Duenas LRS
Anyone knows a good tutorial about how to skin the slider component for text fields in flash cs4? Regards, Gustavo ___ Flashcoders mailing list Flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com http://chattyfig.figleaf.com/mailman/listinfo/flashcoders

[Flashcoders] array.indexOf problem

2009-06-16 Thread Isaac Alves
Hi fellows, Cannot solve this problem: function buttonClicked(e:Event):void { trace (buttonsArray.indexOf(e.target.name)); It always traces -1. This code should trace the index of the Array element right? for ex: 0, 1, 2 or 3. If i do this, it will trace the correct name of

Re: [Flashcoders] array.indexOf problem

2009-06-16 Thread Glen Pike
Try e.currentTarget ?? Isaac Alves wrote: Hi fellows, Cannot solve this problem: function buttonClicked(e:Event):void { trace (buttonsArray.indexOf(e.target.name)); It always traces -1. This code should trace the index of the Array element right? for ex: 0, 1, 2 or 3. If i

Re: [Flashcoders] array.indexOf problem

2009-06-16 Thread Juan Pablo Califano
Hi, Perhaps you're storing a reference to the button in buttonsArray? In that case, you should do: buttonsArray.indexOf(e.target); Cheers Juan Pablo Califano 2009/6/16, Isaac Alves isaacal...@gmail.com: Hi fellows, Cannot solve this problem: function buttonClicked(e:Event):void

Re: [Flashcoders] array.indexOf problem

2009-06-16 Thread Keith H
trace (buttonsArray.indexOf(e.target.name)); Looking at the aboveyour buttonsArray is an Array containing Objects. And you are using the indexOf method looking for a String. Take off the .name property and you should see a difference. -- Keith H -- www.keith-hair.net Isaac

Re: [Flashcoders] Re: SWAddress logical workflow

2009-06-16 Thread Glen Pike
I see what you mean by setting a future date on the FWA site - I managed to screw up the history completely (FF2 WinXP) so got stuck forever on that date a bit like Groundhog Day :) I think the only way to deal with fast browsing is to allow your loading / transition process to be interrupted

Re: [Flashcoders] array.indexOf problem

2009-06-16 Thread Steven Sacks
Your sample doesn't show how you build the Array. So the answer to your incomplete question is nothing different than what Flash is telling you. The reason it returns -1 is because indexOf couldn't find a STRICT EQUALITY match for e.target.name in your array. If you posted how you built

Re: [Flashcoders] Re: SWAddress logical workflow

2009-06-16 Thread Steven Sacks
This is exactly how Gaia works. goto() calls setValue on SWFAddress and the response is dispatched to the framework to handle the navigation. Interrupts are handled in both loading and transitions. It's open source, so you're welcome to examine how it's done in Gaia. On Jun 16, 2009,

Re: [Flashcoders] array.indexOf problem

2009-06-16 Thread Todd Kerpelman
It sounds like your array is full of button objects, but you're searching for a string (the button name), and an object and a string don't match. Remove the .name from the key you're searching for, and I believe it should work. -T On 6/16/09, Isaac Alves isaacal...@gmail.com wrote: Hi

Re: [Flashcoders] Re: SWAddress logical workflow

2009-06-16 Thread Omar Fouad
Thanks Guys, for the replies I'll see your example Glen. On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 11:27 PM, Steven Sacks flash...@stevensacks.netwrote: This is exactly how Gaia works. goto() calls setValue on SWFAddress and the response is dispatched to the framework to handle the navigation. Interrupts are

Re: [Flashcoders] Re: SWAddress logical workflow

2009-06-16 Thread Omar Fouad
I almost forgot... what do you mean by interrupting the loading / transition of the site? On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 3:56 AM, Omar Fouad omarfouad@gmail.com wrote: Thanks Guys, for the replies I'll see your example Glen. On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 11:27 PM, Steven Sacks