thanks a lot!!
On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 1:34 PM, Jim Hayes j...@primalpictures.com wrote:
This actually from a change event, but an itemClicked one is very
(It presumes that you use xml as the dataprovider for the tree, and
listen for the event by adding 'change=onTreeChange(event)' in your
trees attributes )
private function onTreeChange(event:ListEvent):void
var targetTree:Tree = event.target as Tree;
var item:XML = XML(targetTree.selectedItem);
var theParent:XML = item.parent();
It does seem a bit unintuitive to get an XML object, but normally that
works fine for what you're likely to want to do, I've found.
Hope that's enough to be helpful!
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Subject: [flexcoders] tree control finding patent node
Hi, in a tree control if a leaf node if clicked
how do I find out which folder it belongs to or
which node is its parent?
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