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From Clint M <cmod...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Performance problem with RichText
Date Wed, 24 May 2017 23:22:01 GMT
Would this work?
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/flex/mobileapps/WS19f279b149e7481c-3c2dbaa612bb06a5ea2-8000.html

On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 3:52 PM, Erik J. Thomas <erik@linqto.com> wrote:

> Hey all:
>
> We started noticing our mobile Flex app was unresponsive for like 5 or 6
> seconds at launch where the UI was frozen. After profiling, we found the
> entire problem is with RichText and RichEditableText controls.
>
> We have social posts (like twitter) that consist of a post (one
> RichEditableText control so links work) plus one or more comments on that
> post (one more RichEditableText so links work).
>
> With only 18 posts (36 total instances of RichEditableText) it takes just
> about 5 or 6 full seconds for the text to be imported (average post size is
> 15 or 20 words)!
>
> mainContent.textFlow = TextFlowUtil.importFromString(_post.text);
> // we have one custom link embedding an id rather than href so we have to
> do this as well, which could be part of the problem
> var linkElements:Array = StringUtils.findLinkElements(
> mainContent.textFlow);
> for each (var link:LinkElement in linkElements) {
>     link.addEventListener(FlowElementMouseEvent.CLICK,
> linkClickedHandler, false, 0, true);
> }
>
> and
>
> commentContent.textFlow = TextFlowUtil.importFromString(content);
>
> Is there any other alternative? Any ideas how I can use hyperlinks in text
> displayed in a flex mobile app that doesn't carry the TLF behemoth along
> greatly appreciated.
>
> Erik

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