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Using states to control the display of the popup component.
Using states to control the display of the popup component.
          

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<s:Application xmlns:fx="http://ns.adobe.com/mxml/2009"
    xmlns:s="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/spark"
    xmlns:mx="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/mx">
    <s:layout>
        <s:HorizontalLayout />
    </s:layout>
    <fx:Style>
        .popUpBox 
           backgroundColor : #e9e9e9; 
           borderStyle : "solid"
           paddingTop : 2
           paddingBottom : 2
           paddingLeft : 2
           paddingRight : 2
        }
    </fx:Style>
    <s:states>
        <s:State name="normal" />
        <s:State name="emailOpen" />
    </s:states>
    <s:transitions>
        <mx:Transition fromState="*" toState="*">
            <mx:Sequence>
                <s:Fade target="{emailPopUp.popUp}" duration="250" />
            </mx:Sequence>
        </mx:Transition>
    </s:transitions>
    <s:Group x="60">
        <s:Button label="Send email" click="currentState = 'emailOpen'" />
        <s:PopUpAnchor id="emailPopUp" left="0" bottom="0" popUpPosition="below"
            styleName="popUpBox" includeIn="emailOpen"
            displayPopUp.normal="false" displayPopUp.emailOpen="true">
            <mx:Form>
                <mx:FormItem label="From :">
                    <s:TextInput />
                </mx:FormItem>
                <mx:FormItem label="To :">
                    <s:TextInput />
                </mx:FormItem>
                <mx:FormItem label="Subject :">
                    <s:TextInput />
                </mx:FormItem>
                <mx:FormItem label="Message :">
                    <s:TextArea width="100%" height="100" maxChars="120" />
                </mx:FormItem>
                <mx:FormItem direction="horizontal">
                    <s:Button label="Send" click="currentState = 'normal'" />
                    <s:Button label="Cancel" click="currentState = 'normal'" />
                </mx:FormItem>
            </mx:Form>
        </s:PopUpAnchor>
    </s:Group>
</s:Application>

   
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
  
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