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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: [FlexJS]Layout problems
Date Thu, 01 Dec 2016 22:43:10 GMT
> Can you be more specific?  I thought most components were picking up all
> of their styles from defaults.css.  Which components aren't doing this?
Most used like Container, Label or Button not. If you check html output you
will see kilometric properties assigned to style attribute.

> I don't remember if this is the main reason we have to propagate relative
> or absolute positioning in order to get percentages to work "everywhere",
> but these are the kinds of issues we faced.  Folks are welcome to test out
> different implementations on the examples.
As I said, for my is ok the actual "styling" in basic HTML.swc set,
BUT...only if all style code is pass to CSS so I and others could remove
when use in our own projects. If not it will be unusable for everybody
since no body would want a , i.e: border:2px in js:List or other hardcode
styles in basic components. Ergo, my bet is that all people would exclude
default html swc CSS.

> So most recently, Peter changed MXMLItemRenderer to get rid of its inner
> content area and just be more like the lightweight Container that Harbs
> mentioned earlier in this thread.  We could make that the default
> Container and have a ContainerWIthNonCSSChrome that has the inner
> contentArea and Panel could extend that.
Alex all I need is a pointer to the code that make the removal of the
middle div.
Could you share that? I think an example of this is worth the time invested
since Harbs and me could continue our own paths evolving it. But my problem
is that (at least me) I'm not able to find the ways to get in (i.e List):

<div> (List container)

I always get:

<div> (List container)
  <div> (ListView container).  <-- all I want is get rid of this (and if I
understood right this is done by ListView)

> Thoughts?
> -Alex


Carlos Rovira
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