2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 10, 2006 6:58 AM by Newsgroup_User

    TREE component - basic

    Level 7
      Hi guys!
      Is there a tutorial somewhere that I can learn how to populate a tree
      component?
      Thanks!


        • 1. Re: TREE component - basic
          Level 7
          Don't post same message to multiple forums. It's consider spamming, so
          post to one and stick to it.

          Go to http://www.adobe.com/support/forums/guidelines.html

          Don't cross-post or double-post. Posting a message to more than one forum (i.e "cross-posting" is
          unnecessary, and creates extra traffic for you and others to read through. If you've already posted
          a question, please don't repeat your posts in order to get more attention- this makes it very
          difficult for others to see if and/or where your question was answered.
          • 2. Re: TREE component - basic
            Level 7
            Thanks for the tip about "cross-posting".

            Now, I have seen the examples in the obvious place to have looked
            (adobe.com - thanks again!), but have a question:

            In the script below, if I wanted to load a movie.swf into a level (0, 1, 2,
            etc.) instead of a URL, how would I change it?

            <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
            <node>
            <node label="My Bookmarks">
            <node label="Macromedia Web site" url=" http://www.macromedia.com" />
            <node label="MXNA blog aggregator" url=" http://www.markme.com/mxna"
            />
            <node label="Creative">
            <node label="tryouts" />
            <node label="tests" >
            <node label="results" />
            <node label="finalizando">
            </node>
            <node label="Google" url=" http://www.google.com" />
            </node>

            Note: I have CROSS-POSTED for the last time, as this post was in two forums,
            I decided to end it.

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            > Don't post same message to multiple forums. It's consider spamming, so
            > post to one and stick to it.
            >
            > Go to http://www.adobe.com/support/forums/guidelines.html
            >
            > Don't cross-post or double-post. Posting a message to more than one forum
            > (i.e "cross-posting" is unnecessary, and creates extra traffic for you and
            > others to read through. If you've already posted a question, please don't
            > repeat your posts in order to get more attention- this makes it very
            > difficult for others to see if and/or where your question was answered.