In a previous example, “Setting the root directory on a FileSystemTree control in Adobe AIR”, we saw how you could set the root directory on a FileSystemTree control by setting the
directory property to a File object.
The following example shows how you can detect when the
directory property changes on an Adobe AIR FileSystemTree control by listening for the
Full code after the jump.
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