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New Here ,
Jun 14, 2011 Jun 14, 2011

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I'm developing a Flash application with an Air back end where the site displayed to the user is written in mxml and controlled by an ActionScript file. In the mxml file I have a mx:VBox object, part of which has a height of 0 and increases the height when a button is clicked. I have two questions.

First, how can I get the browser to allow the user to scroll down once the height is increased instead of just having it cut off at the bottom? (Relatedly why doesn't a scroll bar appear on the browser if I shrink down the browser window.)

Second, is there a better way to get that part of the VBox to pop up other than increasing and decreasing its height? Would it be better to just make it invisible and then visible?

Thank you.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 21, 2011 Jun 21, 2011

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You'll get better answers for this on the Flex general discussions forum.

This forum is frequented by Flash Builder folks; while the other one has a lot of SDK visitors.

-Anirudh

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Jun 21, 2011 Jun 21, 2011

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Thanks for the advice. Sorry about that.

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