The following example shows how you can create a custom label function on an Adobe AIR FileSystemTree control by setting the
labelFunction property to a custom function.
Full code after the jump.
The following example creates a custom label function which appends a string to hidden files and folders:
The following example creates a custom label function which displays the document’s file size (in kilobytes) next to the file name:
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