Another Update to CollapsableTitleWindow


I have fixed the bug issued that it would close all other windows if closed (as I said, they were only invisible) and added CustomEvents and 2 properties most of you will like – startMaximized and startCollapsed. You can guess what the will do =) The events are resize, collapse, expand, maximize and minimize (opposite of maximize). They are all encapsulated in CollapsableTitleWindowEvent.

Source is the same as in the previous entry here

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    • qaflim
    • March 27th, 2008

    I am a beginner in flex
    Very nice generation windows, But how to place objects inside ?
    I tried to add, for example :
    Between

    And

    But it does not work!
    Thank you very much

    • qaflim
    • March 27th, 2008

    I am a beginner in flex
    Very nice generation windows, but how to place objects inside?
    I tried to add, for example:
    …mx:Label Text=”bonjour”
    Between tags
    components:CollapsableTitleWindowContainer …
    And
    the close tag
    But it does not work!
    Thank you very much

    [Answer]

    You have to place a CollapsableTitleWindowContainer on Stage and inside of that you have to generate CollapsableTitleWindows.
    The CollapsableTitleWindowContainer has to have a width and height set.

    • qaflim
    • March 27th, 2008

    Thank you very very much…

    When I create a new window (createNewWindow), how to put some objects like a menu or à text in it by mxml or AS 3 ?
    Thanks in advance

    • qaflim
    • March 27th, 2008

    That’s Ok… I found
    Thank you very much

    • pxlpshr
    • April 15th, 2008

    Bug or intended?

    the only way for a window to gain focus when pushed behind another is if you click on the title-bar… clicking anywhere else does not pull the window forward.

    • dtflex08
    • November 25th, 2008

    To qaflim I am having the same problem and can’t figure out the code. What was your solution?

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