Flex Builder allows you to bring up the source code for a given class by (Command)-clicking on its name in your source code. This code navigation feature is extremely helpful, because the ultimate Flex documentation is always Flex's source code. :-)
However, recently, the feature has stopped working in my project. Whenever I click on a Flex class name, the file does not come up; instead, I get an alert box:
title: "Code Navigation Error"
contents: "Source code could not be found for [the Flex class I clicked on] in /eclipse/Adobe Flex Builder 3 Plug-in/
The code navigation feature works fine if I click on one of my own classes rather than one of Flex's.
Apparently, the path that is SUPPOSED to lead to Flex's source code, doesn't.
Here's my multi-part question:
1. How can I unscrew the source path so that it is correct?
2. What developer actions affect the source path? Knowing this, perhaps I can avoid screwing up the source path in future.
I am having the same problem inside Flash builder. Strangely enough it does work if I click on an MXML tag, it takes me to the corresponding Actionscript Class - But it does not seem to work for Actionscript classes inside the Script tag.
I hope someone knows a solution.
playerglobal.swc contains Flash player APIs which is not Opensource. You might have clicked on one of the APIs like flash.event.*
Click DataGrid and List and check if its definition is opened.