The following example shows how you can launch a new “normal” or “utility” NativeWindow container in Adobe AIR by creating a NativeWindowInitOptions object, specifying the type property to one of the static constants in the NativeWindowType class, and passing the NativeWindowInitOptions object to the NativeWindow constructor.
The following example shows how you can detect the number of screens on a user’s system in Adobe AIR by using the static, read-only Screen.screens property.
The next hurdle ive come across while working on Air. I needed to save files from a remote site, but found there was a lack of documentation or I just hadn’t looked hard enough ofcourse. I thought i would provide an example and please note I use AJAX/HTML for Air development.
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