I have set up the following:
- an ArrayCollection with information on about a thousand
different items, marked as Bindable
- a TileList that uses the ArrayCollection as a DataProvider
- an ItemRenderer that dynamically loads an external image
from a webserver, according to certain elements in the
ArrayCollection; this ItemRenderer is coupled to the aforementioned
Everything works quite fine when the program starts: all
images are displayed okay, I can scroll up and down (using the
ScrollBar's thumb), the TileList displays updated images - all
spiffy up to here.
Now, as soon as I click the ScrollBar's
track, the Console Window shows multiple Security Sandbox
Violations, saying "Security Domain '
tried to access incompatible context "app:/main.swf"
Continuous scrolling with this error leads to program freeze.
This behaviour strikes my as excessively strange, since
scrolling between elements using the ScrollBar's thumb (leading to
a delta of over 10 as checked using the ScrollEvent.delta property)
should not be significantly different from scrolling via clicking
the ScrollBar's track (leading to a delta of 2 exactly).
What am I doing wrong? Is this a bug? Can somebody relate
and/or help me solve this problem?