How To "Get" Properties in iOS?

Scott Rossi scott at tactilemedia.com
Sun Jan 9 13:53:07 EST 2011


> on doGetProp pProp
>    iphoneControlGet sScrollerId, pProp
>    return the result
> end doGetProp

Thanks Bernd.  I'll try again (need to do exactly what you are doing) but I
wasn't getting any result.

Also, do you have any suggestions for handling the clicking of items in a
scroller group?  I've spent hours trying to work out the "proper" method,
and while I have something working with mouseDown, the selection of an item
seems unreliable unless the click "lingers" for some millisecs -- a quick
touch goes undetected by the group.

(Scroll performance of the group is also not so great but I can live with
that.)

What is the correct way to set up item selection in a scrolling group using
the iOS scroller?

Thanks & Regards,

Scott Rossi
Creative Director
Tactile Media, UX Design


Recently, BNig wrote:

> 
> Hi Scott,
> 
> I made a command in the card script, where my scroller is initialized and
> the sScrollerId is a script local variable:
> 
> --------------
> on doGetProp pProp
>    iphoneControlGet sScrollerId, pProp
>    return the result
> end doGetProp
> ----------------------
> 
> which I call from a field on that card to set a custom property oldScroll of
> the card
> 
> ------------------
> doGetProp "vScroll"
> set the oldScroll of this card to the result
> --------------------
> This works for me (4.5.3 RC 3)
> 
> Kind regards
> 
> Bernd








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