The following example shows how you can install an Adobe AIR application into a specific directory in the Programs menu by setting the <programMenuFolder> node in the application’s XML installer file.
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To install an Adobe AIR application to a specific directory in the Programs menu, edit the following lines in the application’s XML file:
<!-- The subpath of the Programs menu to use. (Ignored on operating systems without a Programs menu.) Optional. --> <programMenuFolder>AIRExamples.com</programMenuFolder>
After the Adobe AIR application is installed, the application should be installed in the Start Menu under Programs > AIRExamples.com.
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