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Adding Skin to SkinnableContainer

Posted on 2010-08-16
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Hair pulling out time again lol.

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Add Skin to SkinnableContainer via code... ie

skinnableContainer.addElement(skin);

On the skin I have an event listener for creationComplete...

when the creationComplete event fires on the skin I should be able to access the hostComponent...

but it is always null!  What am I doing wrong? :(
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myControl.setStyle("skinClass", new skinObject());
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