Exiting Browser Widget
brahma at hindu.org
Thu Jun 2 08:25:07 CEST 2016
When we are in Safari or Firefox on an iPHone, if you play a YouTube video, the phone switches to full screen video player and has a "Done" link at the top with the controller.
I'm not sure exactly what is happening there, but this appears to be the way users expect to be able to exit a video.
Is there a way to get this behavior in the browser widget when it is assigned a YouTube URL?
On 5/26/16, 5:26 PM, "use-livecode on behalf of Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami" <use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com on behalf of brahma at hindu.org> wrote:
>Use Case: Video Viewer (YouTube) "full screen" on mobile devices
>1) set up a landscape card 736w X 414h (16X9)
>2) place a browser widget there that takes the entire screen
>3) when navigating to this card, we dynamically set a YouTube URL to fill the widget/card
>So far, so good, tested and it works
>Is there a way to trigger an option to exit and return to previous card or to a menu etc.
>without shrinking the video -- so as to give us some toolbar space at the top or bottom?
>I guess the question becomes simply:
>how does one trap and pass the mouse down on the browser widget back the LC msg hierarchy?
>ideally this behavior could be trigger when the user clicks the play or pause control inside the YouTubeVideo itself.
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