Felkree When this property is set to truethe content loaded via the loadString method is placed in the application sandbox, with access to the window. When this property is set to falsecontent loaded via the loadString method is placed in a htmllkader sandbox with the following characteristics:. Dispatched when the user moves an active stylus away from this InteractiveObject and any hymlloader its children while remaining within the proximity detection threshold of the screen. AccessibilityProperties The current accessibility options for this display object. You can set the parameters to change the properties of the new window. This method initiates an operation that always completes asynchronously.
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AIR 1. Note: This property is similar to the tabChildren property used by Flash Player. Use the hasFocusableChildren property with Flex applications. Do not use the tabChildren property. This property is usually false because most components either receive focus themselves or delegate focus to a single internal sub-component and appear as if the component has received focus.
For example, a TextInput control contains a focusable child RichEditableText control, but while the RichEditableText sub-component actually receives focus, it appears as if the TextInput has focus.
TextInput sets hasFocusableChildren to false because TextInput is considered the component that has focus. Its internal structure is an abstraction. Usually only navigator components, such as TabNavigator and Accordion, have this flag set to true because they receive focus on Tab but focus goes to components in the child containers on further Tabs. The default value is false, except for the spark.
Scroller component. For that component, the default value is true. The default value is false. This property can be used as the source for data binding.
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