The following example shows how you can set the button alignment in an Adobe AIR WindowedApplication container by setting the
According to the Adobe AIR documentation:
Position of buttons in title bar. Possible values: “left”, “right”, “auto”.
A value of “left” means the buttons are aligned at the left of the title bar. A value of “right” means the buttons are aligned at the right of the title bar. A value of “auto” means the buttons are aligned at the left of the title bar on Mac OS X and on the right on Windows.
The default value is “auto”.
Full code after the jump.
And edit the application’s XML file and edit the following lines:
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