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12-11-2010 07:22 PM
i've run into this problem or something like it before. i checked my FB4 settings and the IP for my machine (the debugging machine NOT the device IP) didnt match my current IP given by my router. the DHCP must've updated. anyways check your IP on your machine via command prompt and see if it matches FB4's settings. Good Luck!
12-12-2010 01:32 AM
You, sir, are a genius.
So, the labels look great - trying out cellrenderers - and setSkin is throwing an error? Anybody else tried setSkin on a List yet?
12-12-2010 01:43 AM
dont mistake trial and error (tons of erros) for genius haha as for the error being thrown. are you using the setSkin method directly on your list are are you applying the method to your cellrenderer?
the method accepts two different object types depending on where you are applying the method. if you are applying it to the list object in your main class the object type within the parenthesis must be of a CellRenderer class type (either impelements ICellRenderer or extends a CellRenderer class [easier]). if you are applying the setSkin method to the cellrenderer class the object within the parenthesis must be of a ISkin Class (either implements the ISkin class or extends a class that implements it).
hope that helps!
12-12-2010 12:11 PM
Thanks for all the help, guys!!
I think we definitely need to submit having different column widths as a feature request - the list is not visually functional without it! Where/how/who does this?
I'll still probably end up with a bunch more questions, but I'll post them in their appropriate topics
12-12-2010 12:16 PM
you can submit new feature requests and existing bugs via the issue tracker in the developer zone. heres the link:
anyone can submit a new bug/feature as long as they have an account (free to register). also you can find a listing of existing ones people have posted and vote for them. good luck!