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FormItem alignment problem

FormItem alignment problem

FormItem alignment problem

I have the following:


<mx:FormItem label="Fixed Total Charge:"  width="100%">
                     <mx:TextInput id="fixedChg"  width="50%" />
            <mx:FormItem width="100%" direction="horizontal" horizontalAlign="left">
                <mx:FormItem label="Per">
                      <mx:TextInput id="perUnit" />
                <mx:FormItem label="Fixed Per Unit Charge">
                       <mx:TextInput id="perUnitChg" />

This will put "Per" under "Fixed total charge" text input. How can I align this so that "Per" will be under "Fixed Total Charge" instead of the textbox?
thanks in advance.


RE: FormItem alignment problem

Don't forget to specify Vertical for the top form field(s)


    <mx:FormItem direction="vertical">
        <mx:FormItem label="Fixed Total Charge:">
             <mx:TextInput id="fixedChg" />
    <mx:FormItem direction="horizontal" >        
        <mx:FormItem label="Per">
            <mx:TextInput id="perUnit" />
        <mx:FormItem label="Fixed Per Unit Charge" >
            <mx:TextInput id="perUnitChg" />

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