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    I have tried copying over and packaging a very simple app built in ST2 over into an Adobe Air project. The ST2 app works by itself in a browser window.

    1) Use the sencha packager to deploy to a folder.
    2) Setup the xml file for the for the Adobe Air project in the deploy folder.
    3) Use the Adobe Air adl command line utility to launch the app.

    I get "TypeError: Result of expression 't' [undefined] is not an object."

    The required Air js file is referenced in the app.json file.

    I have tried searching the forums and internet for a tutorial on how to do this, but I have been unable to find anything.

    reference: Setting up a HelloWorld Air app
    http://help.adobe.com/en_US/air/build/WS5b3ccc516d4fbf351e63e3d118666ade46-7ecc.html

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  2. Adobe Air doesn't do too well with templates which is a challenge as we don't support Air and don't take it into account due to that.

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    Adobe Air doesn't do too well with templates which is a challenge as we don't support Air and don't take it into account due to that.
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