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Posted on 2013-01-28
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I made this easy component with just a few properties. The issue is that after I compile the flash file, I don't see the properties in the property panel any more. It does still work but I can't modify it since it does not show the property anymore.

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Well,  I found out that the getter and setter needs to be on top of the class code. I am not sure why but it did the trick.

I am closing this question.
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