Flex 4 Spark component Panel - Hide Title Bar I have used Spark panel to display the object inside a container. The panel and the inside elements are created dynamically. (using ActionScript). I need to remove the title bar of the panel in actionscript. When i tried to remove that, i am unable to hide the same. Tried below ways.
I'm extending the Flex 3 panel component. I need to figure out the width of the title's text. Because, title is a private variable in panel, I can't access it via title.width.I know the font, fontsize (14), and length of the title (which will vary). Knowing this info is there a way to calculate how many pixels wide the title is?
I discovered this while doing some programmatic panel resizing:Components in a spark Panel will still be visible when their location is outside the physical Panel boundaries. This does not happen with the mx Panel.unning Flex 4.1 on Windows 7I tried putting mx and spark controls in the spark Panel, and they both appear outside of the boundaries. Note this doesn't happen with the mx Panel. What am I missing to make the spark behave like the mxSample Code:
How do I addElement() to the topGroup of a Spark Panel component skin?For instance, if I create a custom UIComponent, then create an associative skin that uses the Spark Panel as a default, how do I add elements to the topGroup from within the skin?
I'm trying to implement a collapsible TitleWindow popup by adding a handle to the top right corner of a Panel control. Unfortunately, the image that I add as the handle doesn't show up when the control is drawn. I can trigger a redraw by changing the source of the image, so apparently it's there, but it's somehow hidden. Is there a way to make this Image control visible to the user?Here's the code for the window:
I have a panel in my application, and the user can change its width. My problem is when the title is very long. I would like to crop the title by changing the width.I have tried changind the width of the titleTextField by:this.titleTextField.width = ...
I'm trying to create a MXML component based on the spark Panel and I would like to add an image on the right end of the title bar, so that the panel will have a text on the title bar and a small image at the right end. I'm using a skin to define the colors, background fill etc. But how do I add this image at the right end of the title bar?I would like to make that image cutomizable so that when the component is inserted, either the default image is used or a new image can be provided.
With this configuration, and once I have set the compiler properties in Eclipse for the compiler to use the Flash text engine for MX components, I can see the two labels of the Panel in the correct font and style ; but the Panel's title will not show up. Even if I add the "embedAsCff: false" line to my style .titleAssumed, the title refuses to show up.
I have a panel in my application. My requirement is, I also require a link, that is "Help options" to appear in the panel's header. In the left, we will have the Panel's title and in the right corner, I need this link. Is that possible?
I'm extending a Panel to build a custom component. Without knowing what this will contain later, how can I add a method to temporarily hide all contents and displaying an internal object (which is normally invisible) instead?
The problem with this is that while the show event plays perfectly, the item disappears from view before the hide effect has a chance to play. Is there a simple way to handle adding animations to this workflow?
I'm trying to put my components in a window container that can be closed by "x" moved on the stage, resized and so on. And I wonder which is the best way to do it. I want to use a skin class and the component class. The "solution" that is not working looks like this
I have a web-application whose UI is implemented in GXT (ext GWT).Now I want to switch to Flex but as the application is so large that I cannot afford to start migrating the whole application at once.So I have decided to migrate slowly. So what I want is to bring up a Flex panel on the click of a GXT's button.Basically the idea is how to make Flex components listen to the events generated by GXT's component.
I've been using Jumpeye Accordion Panel V3 at some projects and this time a client asked me to make one where he will add a list of projects and as time goes on he will add pictures for all or most of them. So, I need to know if there's a way (in the component itself or with a code snippet) to make the panel open only the titles that have a corresponding image entered in the external .xml file. Those that have no image shouldn't be clickable and shouldn't open a blank gap. Tried using a transparent 1x1 gif but it looks real bad as it opens a lot more than 1 pixel height
I have basic movie clips, On roll over, show arrows [NEXT, PREVIOUS] on movie clip [they then show other images inside movie clips]I can show arrows on roll over.But when i roll over the arrows the main ROLLOUT function gets called, the arrows hide. I've tried several flagging methods and have resulted in using a larger invisible border around the clip, rolling over that hides them.
I am updating an older project, written in Flex 3 with some new functionality and I cant figure out how to do something that appears to be really simple.I am passing in data to a panel via XML and binding the properties of the panel to this XML, so for example:[code]My question is simple:How do I set the panel Title and Status colors using data that is passed in the XML?You can set titleStyleName to the name of a styledeclaration but the are no styles for titleColor or statusColor.
is there a common way to disable a tab of a spark tabbar component in flex 4? with the mx tabnavigator component you can just disable the content corresponding to the tab and the tab is also disabled then. but doing this with the spark tab bar component disables just the content not the tab.[code]
I have a Flex form made up mostly of MX components. Due to limitations with the MX mx.controls.ComboBox, I'd like to use the Spark control, spark. components.ComboBox. This works, except the Spark ComboBox sticks out visually because it doesn't use the Halo theme.Is there a way to have the Spark ComboBox use the Halo theme?
I'm doing an aplication with Flash CS4, using adobe air in as3. I have some frames, and in the frame 25 there's a stop, when user clicks a button, go ahead to frame 27 and stage resize the whole screen, just like a FULL_SCREEN, and then I load an pdf. I can't use FULL_SCREEN or FULL_SCREEN_INTERACTIVE property, because doesn't works the pdf loaded (even adobe help say it), so I would like to simulate it. The application it will be use in windows ( I am not sure if XP, vista, but windows). So when resize the stage, to load pdf, then and ONLY then, I want the title bar disappears, just to simulate full_screen.