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Old 07-20-2006, 01:38 AM   #1
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Default dragDrop, Tile List to List Component

God, I need help on this. I am totally up the creek...

I am using a TileList component with a custom renderer which has all the following properties:


I have made the TileList dragEnabled and the target List component dropEnabled.

Here's the rub...

When I drag from the TileList component to the List component, I get the following string in the List box "[object Object]"

Ok, so I went ahead and used this code to try and format the data to what I need it to look like. I called the function from the dragDrop property of the target List component:

PHP Code:
            private function addToCart(event:DragEvent):void{        
items:Array = event.dragSource.dataForFormat("items") as Array;
blindLabel:String items[0].typename " | " items[0].stylename " | " items[0].colorname;
Problem is, I still get the [object Object] right before what I have added.

Anyway to format the data correctly without having t jump through all these hoops?
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