GhostWire ScrollPanel 1.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS
Program licensingScript Licensing : Commercial License ($49.00)
CreatedCreated : Jun 5, 2007
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This Flash component allows you to create ScrollPanes ...

This flash component allows you to create ScrollPanes for scrolling images and movieclips. The component reuses the GhostWire ScrollBar and replacing the default scrollbar used in the scrollpanes shipped in the package is easy. The package ships with three scrollpane components - two with frames (one of which uses the Silver scrollbar), and the other without frame (bare bones).
Load Progress Tracking
The scrollpane has three methods that help to track the loading progress of the content (only applicable if the content is loaded from external file) - getProgress(), getBytesLoaded() and getBytesTotal(). In addition, the scrollpane also has an event 'onComplete' which is triggered when the external file has completed loading into the scrollpane.
Drag OnKey
Dragging of the content in the scrollpane is enabled by default. There are three modes - "onKey", "true" and "false". By default, the "onKey" mode is selected, meaning the content is draggable by mouse if the CONTROL key is down. The "true" mode means the content is draggable always and "false" disables dragging. The hand mouse cursor is shown only when the mouse is pressed down, not when over the content.
The ScrollPane has a frame (see examples) that can be configured for colors (and look). This makes the scrollpane looks like the ones seen in Windows OS.
Snap to Pixel
The component snaps to pixel when published, ensuring that it looks crisp and sharp when the movie plays. Usually to achieve this, you need to ensure that you place your movieclips at integer coordinates (no decimal place) during authoring time. This is not necessary with the ghostwire components, which will automatically snap to pixel when published. For example, if the component was placed at x coordinate 20. 2, when published it will be placed at x coordinate 20. 0 instead. In addition, the component also resizes itself to integer widths and heights.
Sharp Bitmaps
This is the result of the Snap to Pixel feature. Because the scrollpane not only positions itself to snap to pixel, it also ensures that the content embedded within is scrolled to integer coordinates. This is vital to making sure that bitmaps look sharp instead of blurred when scrolled.

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