- Figured the problem out enough. -Even though I had autoDrawbackground set to false, I DID NOT include all the states I wanted the renderer to show. -Also sinceMessage 1 of 2 , May 15, 2012View SourceFigured the problem out enough.
-Even though I had autoDrawbackground set to false, I DID NOT include all the states I wanted the renderer to show.
-Also since I'm using scripted Drawing API instead of MXML tags to draw my graphics I was able to include my script inside the
overridden "stateChanged" method.
<s:State name="selected" />
<s:State name="normal" />
override protected function stateChanged(oldState:String, newState:String, recursive:Boolean):void
customGraphics(); //Write curstom graphics here using drawing API
On 5/15/2012 3:34 PM, Keith wrote:
For an "MX" List I could override the protected "drawSelectionIndicator"
method in a List itemRenderer.
For a "Spark" List, I have no idea how to do this, since there is no "drawSelectionIndicator" method
My goal is to draw my own graphics for the selection indication.
I tried overriding the "updateDisplayList" method to draw my graphics but cannot get rid of the default selection indicator graphics.
I also tried setting the<s:ItemRenderer> "autoDrawBackground" to false, it prevents selection indication but ALSO prevents my custom graphics from showing as well.
Keith H http://keith-hair.net