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Scroll ticker symbols across the screen and lets users adjust the speed with an HSlider control
Scroll ticker symbols across the screen and lets users adjust the speed with an HSlider control
    

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    <!-- layoutperformance/CallLaterTicker.mxml -->
<s:Application xmlns:fx="http://ns.adobe.com/mxml/2009"
    xmlns:mx="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/mx" xmlns:s="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/spark">
    <fx:Script> 
        [Bindable
        public var text:String = "SLAR:95.5....TIBA:42....RTF:34.15....AST:23.42"
        [Bindable
        public var speed:Number = 5
        public function initTicker():void 
            theText.movethis.width+10)// Start the text on the right side. 
            callLater(moveText)
        
        public function moveText():void 
            var xpos:Number = theText.x; 
            ifxpos-speed+theText.width < ) { 
                xpos = this.width+10// Start the text on the right side. 
            
            xpos -= speed; 
            theText.move(xpos,0)
            callLater(moveText)
        
        public function changeSpeed():void 
            speed = speedSelector.value; 
        
      </fx:Script>
    <s:Panel title="Ticker Sample" width="400" height="200">
        <s:VGroup>
            <mx:Canvas creationComplete="initTicker()"
                horizontalScrollPolicy="off" backgroundColor="red" color="white"
                width="400">
                <mx:Label id="theText" text="{text}" y="0" />
            </mx:Canvas>
            <mx:HBox>
                <mx:Label text="Speed:" />
                <mx:HSlider minimum="1" maximum="10" value="{speed}"
                    id="speedSelector" snapInterval="1" tickInterval="1" change="changeSpeed()" />
            </mx:HBox>
        </s:VGroup>
    </s:Panel>
</s:Application>

   
    
    
    
  
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