0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 26, 2010 10:07 AM by Ansury

    Improvement suggestion for AIR descriptor template

    Ansury Level 3

      Instead of doing this...

       

                <!-- Whether the window is initially visible. Optional. Default false. -->
                <!-- <visible></visible> -->
      
                <!-- Whether the user can minimize the window. Optional. Default true. -->
                <!-- <minimizable></minimizable> -->
      
                <!-- Whether the user can maximize the window. Optional. Default true. -->
                <!-- <maximizable></maximizable> -->
      

       

      for the next version of AIR can't it just be like this?

       

                <!-- Whether the window is initially visible. -->
                <visible>false</visible>
      
                <!-- Whether the user can minimize the window. -->
                <minimizable>true</minimizable>
      
                <!-- Whether the user can maximize the window. -->
                <maximizable>true</maximizable>
      

       

      Perhaps it's just me but it's annoying constantly removing the <!-- --> comments from each of these settings so that we can alter them, every time you create a new AIR application.  I know I could just create my own version of the template, but it'd be so much nicer if it were automagic.

       

      This is not to say that there can't be defaults still hard coded (so you can remove the lines in the descriptors entirely), but setting the default twice doesn't hurt anything either.