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Old 07-14-2011, 12:54 AM   #1
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I just installed my first Adobe AIR application. The installer has an "air" extension. I guess Windows knows to execute it. But once installed it runs on an exe. The application is Pandora One Desktop. Not surprisingly, it looks like Flash.

   
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i just installed my first adobe air application. The installer has an "air" extension. I guess windows knows to execute it. But once installed it runs on an exe. The application is pandora one desktop. Not surprisingly, it looks like flash.
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