Is it possible to make an AIR app appear only in the system
tray and not in the bar where all opened windows usually are (I’m
sorry I don’t know how this is called)?|||
It is possible , you place your UIComponents on another
<mx:Window type=”lightweight”> container , set
<mx:WindowedApplication autoExit=”false” , write the an event
handler for applicationComplete of the
<mx:WindowedApplication> , close nativeWindow.close(); ,
create and open your new Window object|||
You can also just hide the main window (set visible to false)
to remove it from the taskbar, or never make it visible in the
first place, if you never want it visible.
shows one approach. You can also use the example program at
to see the effects of the various native window properties.|||
Thank you for your suggestions!
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