Setting the text color on a disabled NumericStepper control in Flex

Continuing on the theme of NumericStepper examples, the following example shows how you can set the text color for a disabled Flex NumericStepper control by setting the disabledColor style.

Full code after the jump.

View MXML

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!-- http://blog.flexexamples.com/2008/05/25/setting-the-text-color-on-a-disabled-numericstepper-control-in-flex/ -->
<mx:Application xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
        layout="vertical"
        verticalAlign="middle"
        backgroundColor="white">

    <mx:ApplicationControlBar dock="true">
        <mx:Form styleName="plain">
            <mx:FormItem label="enabled:">
                <mx:CheckBox id="checkBox" selected="true" />
            </mx:FormItem>
            <mx:FormItem label="disabledColor:">
                <mx:ColorPicker id="colorPicker" />
            </mx:FormItem>
        </mx:Form>
    </mx:ApplicationControlBar>

    <mx:NumericStepper id="numericStepper"
            enabled="{checkBox.selected}"
            disabledColor="{colorPicker.selectedColor}" />

</mx:Application>

View source is enabled in the following example.

You can also set the disabledColor style in an external .CSS file or <mx:Style /> block, as seen in the following example:

View MXML

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!-- http://blog.flexexamples.com/2008/05/25/setting-the-text-color-on-a-disabled-numericstepper-control-in-flex/ -->
<mx:Application xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
        layout="vertical"
        verticalAlign="middle"
        backgroundColor="white">

    <mx:Style>
        NumericStepper {
            disabledColor: red;
        }
    </mx:Style>

    <mx:ApplicationControlBar dock="true">
        <mx:Form styleName="plain">
            <mx:FormItem label="enabled:">
                <mx:CheckBox id="checkBox" selected="true" />
            </mx:FormItem>
        </mx:Form>
    </mx:ApplicationControlBar>

    <mx:NumericStepper id="numericStepper"
            enabled="{checkBox.selected}" />

</mx:Application>

Or, you can set the disabledColor style using ActionScript, as seen in the following example:

View MXML

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!-- http://blog.flexexamples.com/2008/05/25/setting-the-text-color-on-a-disabled-numericstepper-control-in-flex/ -->
<mx:Application xmlns:mx="http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
        layout="vertical"
        verticalAlign="middle"
        backgroundColor="white">

    <mx:Script>
        <![CDATA[
            import mx.events.ColorPickerEvent;

            private function colorPicker_change(evt:ColorPickerEvent):void {
                numericStepper.setStyle("disabledColor", evt.color);
            }
        ]]>
    </mx:Script>

    <mx:ApplicationControlBar dock="true">
        <mx:Form styleName="plain">
            <mx:FormItem label="enabled:">
                <mx:CheckBox id="checkBox" selected="true" />
            </mx:FormItem>
            <mx:FormItem label="disabledColor:">
                <mx:ColorPicker id="colorPicker"
                        change="colorPicker_change(event);" />
            </mx:FormItem>
        </mx:Form>
    </mx:ApplicationControlBar>

    <mx:NumericStepper id="numericStepper"
            enabled="{checkBox.selected}" />

</mx:Application>