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12-15-2010 06:02 PM
At this point it does not... sorry.
I have been laying everything out in photoshop and using that to get my x and y positions and then laying out everything programmatically. It is not as fast doing it that way, but it works for me.
12-15-2010 06:35 PM
12-15-2010 07:24 PM
12-15-2010 08:12 PM
BB/QNX is intended to be fully AS3. It does not currently support XML layout like MXML. It will probably be supported in the future. Using MXML then requires a root of Application or WindowedApplication that significantly increases application file size and startup time vs. a root of Sprite. Even if you did use MXML-like layout, you will still use AS3 for the logic in the scripted section of the file. But BB has suggested to go pure AS3. Some on this forum has been trying to use XML for the layout, so they might be able to report how that is working and the pros and cons of going that way.