Ack! I stand corrected - had to go back and look at my code - it is
the TileList that has the rowCount behavior that I don't like. I
have An accordion where each panel is a canvas that contains a
So it's the TileList that I need to have look differently. I think
the default rowCount is 4 for a TileList. I'd rather have it show X
pixels worth of info instead.
Sorry for the confusion.
--- In email@example.com, Tracy Spratt tspr...@... wrote:
I don't think I have ever set rowCount with Accordion, and have
seen the problem you describe. What happens if you do not set it?
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Behalf Of lanekelly5
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 10:32 AM
Subject: [flexcoders] Accordion problem - rowCount/scrollbar
Is there a way to essentially disable the rowCount property of an
accordion and just have it show as much content (including partial
rows) in the vertical space that is available? I'm finding that if
set a rowCount which takes up less space than the expanded section
available I get an annoying thin gray bounding box and the scroll
only extends down that far. I have dead space below that before the
collapsed accordion headers are displayed. If I set my rowCount to
large enough to take up more space than there is my scrollbar is
screwed up - there's no slider or up/down arrow visible.
Does this make sense? I really want to specify no rowCount and have
show as much as possible based on the height available. (I need to
the height of the overall accordion component to fit the design