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From Om <bigosma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache SDK to Flash Builder - anyone what to help out with design?
Date Wed, 30 May 2012 21:22:21 GMT
spark.components.BusyIndicator does exactly what you are describing.  In
fact, it draws the spokes in code as well.  So no need for a graphic.
Justin has pushed a change into the patch branch that moves the component
out of mobilecomponents.swc and put into spark.swc.

For now, I can add a dependency on mobilecomponents.swc to get that
component.  Later, when Justin's branch gets integrated, I will remove the

In the future, someone can come up with a new skinnable version of
BusyIndicator as well.  That is for another day!


On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 2:11 PM, Tomasz MaciÄ…g | Fuse Collective <
t.maciag@fusecollective.com> wrote:

> I agree there shouldn't be dependency on Flash IDE. Basically I wanted to
> do it in Flash Pro so you could export most of assets as FXG and this
> wasn't possible from Photoshop.
> With the spinner I wanted to do similar thing. Simple object that could be
> exported as FXG and rotated with AS3. It shouldn't be simple motion tween
> though because it doesn't look good. From what I can remember the best
> result is rotating object by 30 deg every 2 frames or so. Check how it
> looks here: http://clients.fusecollective.**com/flex/spinner.html<http://clients.fusecollective.com/flex/spinner.html>.
> I've used spinner from one of my older project.
> W dniu 2012-05-30 21:07, Tink pisze:
>  Cant we just roll out a custom little spinner that rotates some FXG on
>> enterFrame then? If not, I would much prefer a dependency on
>> mobilecomponents.swc, the source which belongs to this project and that
>> users checking out this project can get their hands on, than then use of a
>> binary FLA that inherently has a dependency on the Flash IDE, which I doubt
>> we'll ever have the source for or will ever be part of this project.

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