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Man, today's been a question bonanza for you hasn't it ? If you are extending the class then the properties and methods should stay exactly the same as on the superclass.
That means if you have something like
<s:Foo labelField="Mash" />
then you can do the same thing with
<s:ExtendsFoo labelField="MonsterMash" />
Haha, yes Mr. Penguin.
That's what I thought, but having public class CustomRenderer extends IconItemRenderer does not give me decorator, messageField and so on on the list that has it as renderer.
I'm not too familiar with mobile applications. But I'm sure if you posted a snippet of where you aren't getting your properties it would entice others to help.
Yes, well... seems I wasn't being attentive. I was placing the decorator attribute on the LIST instead of the ITEMRENDERER.......
Thank you, U.P..