I have no idea who is still listening to this thread but I think it's time
to humbly, and gratefully thank Alex for his devotion to Flex and this
thread. Two years ago our world was shaken and we've all moved onto
different (not better) things. ;)
Alex has continued to demonstrate and keep his
Thanks, but it's not so hard since I'm paid to do it.
It would help for you all to switch to Apache Flex and ask your questions over
there. The main Apache Flex website is: http://flex.apache.org/
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So if I understand correctly, clicking on some nested Tab changes some other
ViewStack's selectedIndex. If that's correct, try subclassing the ViewStack's
selectedIndex setter so you can set a breakpoint and catch when only that
ViewStack is changed. Then the call stack should contain some
Thanks for your suggestion. It may be a couple of days before I can get
back to testing it; I'm reworking many backend routines and database
functions/procs for the same application.
But when I'm able to test it, I'll report back.
As always, thanks for your generous help.
On Tue, Nov
I have a question that seems easy, but i can't solve.
I have a DataGroup with a custom ItemRenderer.
How can I retrieve the current item that was selected with a double
click (something like a SelectedItem on a DataGrid)?
Can I retrieve the itemRenderer instance of the element?
I'm writing a game. Well, actually I guess it's more of a game engine. I
want the game logic to be in a script. The script will take the form of
a series of rooms, each of which can contain:
. doors to other rooms
. characters the player can interact with
. things the player can pick
I just start working on to use Falcon to convert our existing Flex4 application
to Html5. Before I dig into it, want to know how reliable it is? Should I wait
for a bit for a better version?
Thanks and regards,
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