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
From the documentation:
colorDepth– The color depth of this screen (expressed in number of bits).
visibleBoundsof a screen excludes the task bar (and other docked desk bars) on Windows, and excludes the menu bar and, depending on system settings, the dock on Mac OS X.
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