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How do I position a WindowedApplication in Flex 3

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Hi,

My Flex3 AIR program is based on a WindowedApplication.  When I run it, the window top is positioned in the middle of my screen.  I would like it to be at the very top.  How can I position it there?  

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Kevin
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In your applications src folder (or wherever you have your main mxml file) there will be a YOUR_FILE_NAME-app.xml file.

In there scroll down to the <initialWindow> tag and in there you will find an <x> and a <y> tag. Simply uncomment them and specify the position you would like your AIR app to appear in when it opens.

So maybe you simply want to uncomment the y and set it to 0 if you want it on the top but don't care about the x position.
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