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Aug 10, 2010 Aug 10, 2010

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hi

i want to design virtual keyboard for english,tamil,hindi etc...

so i want create individual custom combonent fr eng,tamil etc..with action script

i have created.

now i want to use that custom component in my main mxml file.

how i use .

thanks in advance

regards

athi

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Contributor , Aug 10, 2010 Aug 10, 2010

Hi

What I understand from your query is that you want to create a custom component and later include them in your main mxml file.

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/videotraining/exercises/ex1_06.html

-> This is a part of the Flex in a week [http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/videotraining/] which you might want to go through if you are new to Flex.

You could also refer livedocs : http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/help.html?content=intro_3.html

In brief, create a new MXML component(right click optio

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Hi

What I understand from your query is that you want to create a custom component and later include them in your main mxml file.

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/videotraining/exercises/ex1_06.html

-> This is a part of the Flex in a week [http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/videotraining/] which you might want to go through if you are new to Flex.

You could also refer livedocs : http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/help.html?content=intro_3.html

In brief, create a new MXML component(right click options) in a new folder called components or something (different folder, by convention), called say myCustomComponent.

In your main MXML file, under the Application tag declaration, include a new namespace, say xmlns:comp="components.*"

Now include this component by adding a <comp:myCustomComponent> ..... </comp:myCustomComponent>

Hope this answers your query.

Balakrishnan V

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hi

thanks a lot

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