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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: How to implement an "infinite container"?
Date Fri, 24 May 2013 15:14:21 GMT

Patches are always welcome, but there is no guarantee they will be
accepted.  This kind of functionality might be better packaged as a
separate class, but IMO it depends a bit on what kinds of changes need to
be made.


On 5/24/13 6:19 AM, "Cristina Constantinescu"
<cristina.constantinescu@crispico.com> wrote:

>We are trying to create a container where the horizontal/vertical
>doesn't stop from scrolling when they reach (0, 0) coordinates.
>For a web application, we've created a new scroller skin and manage to
>override some methods from
>HScrollBar/VScrollBar in order to make it work.
>For a mobile application, things are a little bit different.
>We don't have access to some methods and attributes from Scroller class
>that we think it will help us implement
>our behavior.
>It is OK to create a patch containing the desired modifications (make
>attributes/methods "protected") and send it to you?
>Could you please tell us if it's a better approach for this?
>Best regards,

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