That's not a bug, it assures it will have at least this dimension 69x20
Thanks for getting back, but should that be minWidth and minHeight?
The given definition would be conflicted if the user shrank the window to smaller than 69x20 or grew it larger. Does the left/top/right/bottom become violated, or the width/height? It seems like it is a bug in definition even if some hidden behavior is known.
I've gotten this from Flex documentation:
"If you specify both left and right constraints, the calculated constraint-based width overrides the width set by a width or percentWidth property."
So, that's true for the top and bottom constraints as well. I believe the width and height properties are completelly unnecessary there.
In my opnion that's not a bug, it's just a mess in the code.
What do you think now?
I'd call it the "possible error" from my original question.
Thanks for the doc lookup and responses.