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1  Announcements and General Discussion / General Discussion / make viewstack child not invisible on: May 22, 2009, 07:28:13
hi all,

i know this is not a PureMVC centric question, but as most guys here seem to use flex i ask it anyways.
I have this viewstack:

<mx:ViewStack id="vwStack" left="0" top="0" right="0" bottom="0" resizeToContent="true" creationPolicy="auto">
<view:ImageViewer id="imageViewer"/>
<view:Player id="player"/>
<view:AssetPreview id="preview" bottom="80" width="100%"/>
I want the child "preview" (a small one) to be visible in front of current active child f.e. on a mouseOver. At the moment it only shows one child at a time and the others are not visible. How can i do that?
2  Announcements and General Discussion / General Discussion / dispatch MouseEvent from view component on: May 18, 2009, 01:46:38
hi all,

i listen for a mouseclick event in a mediator. I used an approach i found in the EmployeeAdmin example to dispatch an event from the view component.  Images are rendered fine and the component is clickable but flashplayer complains that flash.events::Event@23f47041 cannot be converted to flash.events.MouseEvent. I also tried to dispatch an MouseEvent, but it doesn't work. Here's my component code:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<mx:Box xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml" width="100%" height="80" direction="horizontal">

public static const CLICK:String = 'click';

// send the named event
private function sendEvent( eventName:String ):void
dispatchEvent( new Event( eventName, true ) );
<mx:Repeater id="rp">
<mx:Image source="{rp.currentItem}" buttonMode="true" width="60" height="60" click="sendEvent( CLICK )"/>

I'm really stuck at the moment and i don't know if theres a "best practice" to manage this. Anybody can help me out?

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