I'd love to be able to setup a footer at the bottom of my spark application, which runs in a browser. I was reading through the documentation of Application and the awesome Adobe examples. Unfortunately I keep getting lost when the documentation talks about how to position the control bar area at the bottom via spark.skins.spark.ApplicationSkin - sadly I'm not sure what that means from a practical standpoint and am stuck. How exactly do I set this up?
Do I need to create an application skin (doesn't seem to be an option for the MXML skins) and apply it to the skin? Or instantiate ApplicationSkin and do something with it (what, exactly)?
Sorry, I'm sure this offensively simple, but I can't find any obvious example anywhere...
You would want to copy the default Application skin, and then move the "topGroup" after the "contentGroup" in its parent's VerticalLayout.
For example with attached custom skin:
<s:Button label="hello world" />
thank you - that works brilliantly!