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From OmPrakash Muppirala <bigosma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Custom ToggleSwitch in code
Date Mon, 27 Apr 2015 06:36:10 GMT
On Sun, Apr 26, 2015 at 10:58 PM, WelshAndy <andy@eazyweb.net> wrote:

> Thanks Om. Yes, that was the source of the code I mentioned. Problem comes
> when I try and call it using AS3. In MXML, it works as expected by adding a
> ToggleSwitch component and then adding a skinclass = skins.togYesNo.
> But when I add it using AS3 (which I need to do, because the rest of the
> page is built dynamically at runtime) I just get a non-working toggle. I
> load it with:
> <pre>
>   var myTog:skins.togYesNo = new togYesNo();
>   group.addElement(myTog);
> </pre>
>

I don't think this will work the way you want it to.


>
> ... which shows the toggle in the correct place, but not working. ie in the
> on position but not highlighted, and interactive at all. I also tried
> adding
> the style directly to it, with:
> <pre>
>   myTog.setStyle('skinClass',skins.togYesNo);
> </pre>
> I must be missing something, as Im sure that Im not the first person to
> want
> to add a ToggleSwitch using AS3!! It seems like such a simple thing (adding
> a Yes No toggle in code) but I cant find much about it on the web, and a
> deadline looms... Happy to post all code here if it helps.
> Thanks very much for any insight.
>
>
Does setting the skinclass in your CSS file like this work for you?

myTog
{
    skinClass: ClassReference("skins.togYesNo");
}

If that does not work, please post some more code so we can help debug.

Thanks,
Om



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