I cannot find a way to add menu items to Cocoa application's main menu programatically. In Cocoa developer documentation, I find only removing items programmatically. Eventually, I added menu items in Interface Builder of XCode and control them from code.
Sometimes, developing Adobe Air desktop applications in Flash CS6 doesn't reflect the latest code updates in ActionScript. I added trace() statements in code to debug, and that resulted in correct behavior of the application.
I use AS3 checkbox and change its label in Flash CS6. In AS code, I update the selected state of the checkbox but it's not working. I remove it and use a new checkbox without changing its label. And I change the selected state of the checkbox in AS code, and it works. Why??
I am developing an Adobe Air desktop application for Windows. I use ComboBox component in Flash CS6. A movie clip in Flash CS6 is linked to an ActionScript class. In constructor method, I call length property, selectedItem property of ComboBox but runtime error occurs. I change to radio buttons instead. I love Flash & ActionScript, and … Continue reading ComboBox in Flash CS6 seems to have bug
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