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Flash Builder Repeating Image

Posted on 2010-09-14
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Hi Guys,

I have a header component that has a skin that contains an image, I just want the image to repeat across the screen horizontally not vertically, is there a way to achieve this.

Cheers

Jonathan
<s:Rect height="150" top="0" right="0" left="0" width="100%">
		<s:fill>
			<s:BitmapFill source="@Embed('assets/paperBarHeader.png')" fillMode="clip"/>
		</s:fill>
	</s:Rect>

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I think I have found a solution, I just gave my image a transparent border and then limited the height of my container so when it next tiled vertically all that can be seen is the transparent border.

There is no option to tile in only one direction in flashbuilder as far as I can see.

Cheers

Jonathan
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