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flex popup that stays inside a container

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hello experts

I retrieved a fine component for drawing in flex. It uses some floating toolpalette like:

toolBox = PopUpManager.createPopUp( this, ToolPalette ) as ToolPalette;

I tried to integarte that component into a new flex MXML component like a tileWindow:
Works fine except that these tools palette are OUTSIDE the component.

Is there a way to constrain the toolBox created with PopupManager to stay within its parent container ?


regards
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Question by:yarekGmail
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The Hallo(MX) and Spark the most time cannot work together. To fix your problem I need to get some sample file. Your you can try modify a compiler arguments in your Flash Builder 4.

-locale en_US -theme=${flexlib}/themes/Halo/halo.swc

David
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??? It's flex 3 and pure MX !
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Please can you send me sample file by email or attach to this post?
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