The following example show show you can detect the current system chrome setting in an Adobe AIR application by using the read-only
systemChrome property and the static constants in the NativeWindowSystemChrome class.
Full code after the jump.
To set the system chrome in an Adobe AIR application, edit the application’s XML file:
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