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A third and possibly more intuitive way of loading content into a window is by generating it dynamically. You can do this by creating a display object or a subclass of a display object and adding it to the window s display tree. In many cases, subclassing a display object like a Sprite is a great way to isolate the functionality that you wish to load into a NativeWindow without having to deal with separate SWF files.
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There are several NativeWindow specific events that are important to listen to in many cases. You ll often want to know when a user has minimized your application, or when your application has been resized or maximized. Most NativeWindow events generally dispatch an event when an action is about to be taken and can be canceled, like Event.CLOSING, and then dispatch another event for when an action actually occurs, like Event.CLOSE. In most cases, the warning events used by NativeWindow are only used when triggered by the system chrome.
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NativeWindow dispatches events of the type Event and of the type NativeWindowBoundsEvent. To listen to these events you need to attach an event listener to
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the window you ll be listening to, as shown in Listing 12.9.
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LISTING 12.9 // creates a new window var window:NativeWindow = new NativeWindow(); // attaches a listener to a window window.addEventListener( NativeWindowBoundsEvent.MOVING, onMove ); // activates the window window.activate(); // handles the MOVING event public function onMove( e:NativeWindowBoundsEvent ):void { trace( this window has been moved! ); }
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When creating windows, keep in mind that there are several ways for operating systems to represent the presence of your application window. The features available for interacting and displaying these representations differ depending on the OS. In Windows, the taskbar displays an application or document window. The taskbar consists of rectangular tabs that include an icon on the left and a label on the right, as shown in Figure 12.10. The Windows taskbar is typically located on the bottom of the screen and spans the width of the screen; of course, the user can customize the taskbar to reside on any side of the main screen.
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FIGURE 12.10 A typical Windows taskbar
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In OS X, the dock displays an application and its windows (see Figure 12.11). The dock consists of icons that are typically larger than the icons in Windows and, depending on user settings, usually displays labels below the icon.
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FIGURE 12.11 Mac OS X s dock
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Configuring the icons used in the taskbar, dock, and system tray is important to the functionality of just about any application. Having proper icons allows the user to easily find and work with your application.
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Setting icons in each OS is slightly different because each OS has different features and functionality. There are two types of icons: one for Windows, SystemTrayIcon; and one for OS X, DockIcon. The SystemTrayIcon and DockIcon classes are subclasses of InteractiveIcon, but expose differing functionality.
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When setting the taskbar and dock items, it is important to know which OS you are working with since trying to access the features of the wrong OS results in runtime exceptions. To determine which type of taskbar you re working with, there are two Boolean properties available in NativeApplication: NativeApplication.supportsDockIcon and NativeApplication.supportsSystemTrayIcon. Use each of these properties to determine which type of icons you ll be working with before accessing either DockIcon or SystemTrayIcon. To set the icon image used in either the dock or the taskbar, you must provide the NativeApplication.nativeApplication.icon property with an array of images. Each OS has differing icon sizes that can also be adjusted by the user. In order to avoid scaling of your icons, the array assigned to NativeApplication.nativeApplication.icon should represent images that range in size to meet the needs of each OS, as shown:
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NativeApplication.nativeApplication.icon.bitmaps = [bmp16x16. bitmapData, bmp128x128.bitmapData];
The host OS determines which of the images assigned to NativeApplication.native Application.icon is closest to the size needed. To remove or reset the icon used in either the taskbar or dock, set the array value to an empty array. As I mentioned earlier, both OS X and Windows expose differing functionality. Listed next are the various features available to each operating system.