Re: [flexcoders] focus manager questions

2010-09-05 Thread hamann . w
Hi Alex, thanks for responding. I am probably just looking in the wrong direction, but a test application as simple as package { import flash.display.MovieClip; public class test extends MovieClip { public function test() { trace(this.focusManager); } } }

Re: [flexcoders] focus manager questions

2010-09-05 Thread Alex Harui
The Flex framework consists of the mx.*.* and spark.*.* packages. Flash.*.* is a low-level Flash package. The framework is a layer above. If you used mx:Application or s:Application, you would find a focusManager and no yellow rectangle. On 9/4/10 10:58 PM, haman...@t-online.de

[flexcoders] focus manager questions

2010-09-04 Thread hamann . w
Hi, is there a simple way to a) get rid of the yellow rectangle (the object listens to focusin and focusout event in order to display its focussed state) b) get a handle on the (application) focus manager (in order to use its setFocus() method instead of setting stage.focus) Many thanks

Re: [flexcoders] focus manager questions

2010-09-04 Thread Alex Harui
If you are using Flex applications, there shouldn’t be a yellow rectangle, and there should be a focusManager variable. On 9/4/10 1:38 AM, haman...@t-online.de haman...@t-online.de wrote: Hi, is there a simple way to a) get rid of the yellow rectangle (the object listens to focusin and