Adobe AIR 1.5.2 Now Available

We are pleased to announce that Adobe AIR 1.5.2 is now available for download. Adobe AIR 1.5.2 is a minor update that includes bug fixes related to reliability, compatibility and security. For additional details on changes from the previous release (AIR 1.5.1) including bug fixes, API changes and known issues, please see the Adobe AIR 1.5.2 developer release notes.

In addition, I encourage developers building AIR applications to read the article "Overview of the Flash Player 10.0.32 Security Update" on the Adobe Developer Connection website. This article describes some of the security-related enhancements related to both Flash Player 10.0.32 (also just released) and Adobe AIR 1.5.2.

What are we up to next? We are continuing to work hard on the next major release of Adobe AIR and we’re looking forward to sharing more details including teaser demos soon. If you have feedback on AIR 1.5.2 or in general, please let us know by dropping us a note directly using our feedback form or on the Adobe AIR discussion forum. We greatly appreciate hearing feedback from the community!

29 Responses to Adobe AIR 1.5.2 Now Available

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  2. Arnaud says:

    Would you know if a certificate (used to sign an app under the previous AIR version) is supposed to be still valid with this release. Or is it required to regenerate it ?
    I actually encounter some difficulties to sign the new version of my app (I have a publisher certificate from a CA, and I am now under 1.5.2 with 3.4 SDK)…
    Regards

  3. Jeff Battershall says:

    In AIR 1.5.2, when the network times out, what event is fired? In the case of a user leaving the app running, I want to exit the app when the network times out.

  4. I’m using TweetDeck with OS X 10.6.1 on a new iMac, and Adobe Air causes Dreamweaver to launch whenever I click on a link in TweetDeck! Can someone please tell me when this extremely aggravating bug will be fixed or how to fix it myself?

    Thank you!

  5. Ethan Chee says:

    I’m developing a AIR Application Online game where i have 1 Game Lobby AIR App (Flex-Based AIR) and games AIR App (Flash CS4 Built Swf, Create AIR file using Flex to load the Swf file).

    The game have only 1 Lobby(air file) and Numbers of games (air files).
    Purpose to having multiple AIR file to make use of AIR auto updates features for the lobby and all games.

    I want to remove/unchecked “Add shortcut icon to my desktop” from the Installation Preferences of AIR Application Install dialogue.

    May i know how to do remove/unchecked “Add shortcut icon to my desktop” feature?

  6. @Ethan – We currently do not provide support for this, but I have added it to our list of features to investigate for a future release. One approach might be to consider creating your own native installer and bundling AIR and your application as a part of it. This would allow you full control over the user interface and behavior of the installer. To do this, you will need to request a distribution agreement. Without knowing all of the details of your application, it’s unclear to me if this will be a perfect fit, but you might consider looking into this. For more information, see this page: http://www.adobe.com/products/air/runtime_distribution1.html

    Rob, Adobe AIR Team

  7. travesti says:

    In AIR 1.5.2, when the network times out, what event is fired? In the case of a user leaving the app running, I want to exit the app when the network times out.

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