2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2009 1:35 PM by Bowmg07

    Painting issue when vertical scrolling




      I have a flex app that when clicking on the vertical scrolling arrows buttons ( located at the top and bottom of the vertical scroll bar), some of the contents in the flex app gets grabled (for example the text gets cut off, the radio buttons shows up in weird places, etc.. ).  The image below will help ( the red box highlights the vertical arrow button) :


      scrolling issue.JPG


      But when I using the vertical scroll tracker or if I click on any part of the vertical scroll, the content goes back to normal.  Is there a simple solution to this issue i'm having?


      Just for your reference, someone else was having a similar issue:



      Unfortuntely, the solution provided does not look like it applies to my issue ('wmode')....


      Anyone can shed some light on my issue here?



        • 1. Re: Painting issue when vertical scrolling
          Flex harUI Adobe Employee

          Are you using the default wmode?


          Alex Harui

          Flex SDK Developer

          Adobe Systems Inc.

          Blog: http://blogs.adobe.com/aharui

          • 2. Re: Painting issue when vertical scrolling
            Bowmg07 Level 1

            The problem is that the 'wmode' isn't specificed to the call to 'AC_FL_RunContent().' .......i'm guessing yes???   Well, what is the default value?


            Here is what  the 'AC_FL_RunContent'  looks like in the html wraaper:


                      "src", "playerProductInstall",
                      "FlashVars", "MMredirectURL="+MMredirectURL+'&MMplayerType='+MMPlayerType+'&MMdoctitle='+MMdoctitle+"",
                      "width", "100%",
                      "height", "100%",
                      "align", "middle",
                      "id", "app",
                      "quality", "high",
                      "bgcolor", "white",
                      "name", "app",
                      "type", "application/x-shockwave-flash",
                      "pluginspage", "http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer"