The following example shows how you can customize the text styles on the WindowedApplication status bar in Adobe AIR by setting the statusTextStyleName style.
In a previous post, “Displaying a status message on a WindowedApplication in Adobe AIR”, we saw how to set the status bar’s text by setting the status property on the WindowedApplication class. The following example shows how you can toggle the status bar’s visibility by setting the showStatusBar property on the WindowedApplication in Adobe AIR. […]
The following example shows how you can set the status message on an AIR WindowedApplication by setting the status property. Full code after the jump.
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