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Flex 3 - List control:
You can pass a label function to the List control to provide logic that determines .... When you use an MXML component as a item renderer, it can contain
Flex 2.0 ItemRenderers:
Jan 19, 2007 ... You'll see three items in the list with the text of the label property from your Array component. This view is the default view of a List
mx.controls.Label (Flex 3):
When a component is used as a drop-in item renderer or drop-in item editor, Flex initializes the listData property of the component with the appropriate
Using a Slider control as a DataGrid column item renderer in Flex:
The following example shows how you can use an HSlider control as an item renderer in a Flex DataGrid control. Full code after the jump.
Link: http://blog.flexexamples.com/2008/05/09/using-a-slider-control-as-a-datagrid-column-item-r enderer-in-flex/
Using a custom item renderer -- Flex 2.01:
When you use an MXML component as a item renderer, it can contain multiple levels ... iconField="myIcon"> <mx:dataProvider> <mx:Array> <mx:Object label="AL"
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I found a good workaround that didn't require too much code. I added an Event Listener for the itemEditBeginning event. In the Event Handler, I have a condition that checks for a custom "reason" on the event. In the default event dispatched by the Tree, this reason is null, so all I have to do is dispatch an event manually in ActionScript (my function is triggered by a ContextMenu selection) with a reason that I specify, and if the reason is not the one I specify, I stop the Event from propogating. Hope this helps someone else someday...