Ok, cool... Thanks Scott...
I was hoping there'd be a built in way that I can apply to different
objects, I'm using it on the DateField object...
I'll check that link out and have a hunt around...
On 7 July 2010 04:23, Scott h...@netprof.us wrote:
Sorry, my bad. I
I'm not concerned so much with the speed of encoding on the client side as much
as correctness. So, unless the SDK Base64encoder is faulty, I'd like to stick
with it. My real concern is how to properly decode the base64 string it
produces on the server. I've tried a number of C/C++ libraries
On Tuesday 06 Jul 2010 16:00:08 you wrote:
point me to a C++ library or implementation of base64 decode that works
with Adobe Flex Base64encoder? What RFC does the Flex encode/decode
Would it not be fairly easy to figure this out by sending through files that
are just a few bytes
Is your application running in a frame / iframe. When you say it only
happens in IE8, how many different browsers have you tested on. Is the
privacy level set to high? If it is you will lose session cookies. Are you
sure your flex application is being loaded from exactly the same domain and
I'm having a bit of an issue when using the RichEditableText component in Flex
Using the following code I'm populating the textFlow with 3 lines of data.
However, when I try scrolling the text only the first and last lines are
actually displayed, the middle line seems to vanish
Anyone know why styling is not being applied to this Flex4 example (a modified
example from livedocs)?
Adobe encoder can conditionally ad linebreaks, that is all the difference
between all RFCs basically. But, honestly, Base64 is a very simple
algorithm, if you are not concerned about performance, let's say and you had
started writing it at the time you've posted you would have a dozen of
Thanx everyone. Was able to resolve the issue by explicing specify the
secure channel to be used. Once the issue was not using amf-secure
channelset and other time the issue ws point to amf instead of amsecure. In
config file it was correct but since we switch dynamically for our product
I have a flex application in a cfm wrapper. The coldfusion page has the header
and footer and the swf is wrapped in between.
Everything works fine, but the scope of the swf is just inside of the header
and footer as it is embedded.
The problem is, when there is a popup on the swf, the
I need to show a loading animation while scrolling in a LCDS paging enabled
datagrid. Is there a way to know when a new page is requested in flex while
scrolling? and when data is returned back?
I've been working on a little composite search UI component but it needs
polishing off and I wondered if there were any groups out there that could
help with this sort of thing? Does anyone know of any?
Hi - I was working through this tutorial on data binding but the code won't
compile due to a data type conflict
The 2-way binding on the text field throws the error since it is trying to
bind the text property (String) to a value of Number (the
i know the perfect group, its called flexcoders. ...or flashcoders. most
flash platform developers come from a design background and have a passion
for the best UI experience.
so post it here!! :)
design and UI xp IS part of the flash platform...
On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Nick
Would it not be better if you kept your snide comments to yourself? Seriously,
get over yourself. I only posted to flexcoders after extensive trial and
error. If it was the simple (for me), I'd have done it already.
--- In email@example.com, Tom Chiverton tom.chiver...@... wrote:
I have a custom tree renderer I've created. I'd like to use it inside of the
Advanced Data Grid, but cannot seem to find a way to use it. I've tried
setting the ADG item renderer, also tried just setting the column item renderer
but neither seem to work. Is it possible to do this? I'm using
I must have slept through that class. So, if it is really simple, can you
provide some assistance with an example that works with Flex Base64encoder (in
C/C++)? I've tried a number of libraries (including modpbase64 -- used by
Google Chrome and Google Gears), and can only get decoding of text
Hey... HaXe compiles to CPP... all you need is just to compile it to flash
and CPP, that's it... well, almost, flash memory uses big endians, so you
may want to remove the flipping of the first and third bytes in decode
function, and, of course, don't use Memory.select() when compiling to CPP
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