1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 2, 2006 7:06 AM by kglad

    auto generated scroll bars won't go away

    livingwithanangel Level 1
      I used the following sample script provided by macromedia to create a scrolling text area powered from a text file and css file, but when I move on to another part of the FLA., the scroll bars generated by this script remain - on top of other layers. How can I tell the scroll bars to go away?


      //****************************************************************************
      //Copyright (C) 2005 Macromedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
      //The following is Sample Code and is subject to all restrictions on
      //such code as contained in the End User License Agreement accompanying
      //this product.
      //****************************************************************************

      //Handle the UIScrollBar - instance in library
      this.createClassObject(mx.controls.UIScrollBar, "my_sb", 20);

      // Set the target text field for the scroll bar.
      my_sb.setScrollTarget(my_txt);

      // Size it to match the text field.
      my_sb.setSize(16, my_txt._height);

      // Move it next to the text field.
      my_sb.move(my_txt._x + my_txt._width, my_txt._y);

      //Note: Download the TXT and CSS files to look at their structure. Use the URLs below.
      //load text
      function loadMyText(evt) {
      var loadit_lv:LoadVars = new LoadVars();
      loadit_lv.load("projects.txt");
      loadit_lv.onLoad = function(success:Boolean) {
      if (success) {
      my_txt.text = this.content;
      } else {
      trace("Could not load text file.");
      }
      };
      }
      loadMyText();

      //apply stylesheet
      var flash_css = new TextField.StyleSheet();
      flash_css.load("levi.css");
      flash_css.onLoad = function(success:Boolean) {
      if (success) {
      my_txt.styleSheet = flash_css;
      } else {
      trace("Could not load CSS file.");
      }
      };