Exiting Browser Widget

Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami brahma at hindu.org
Thu Jun 2 15:06:01 EDT 2016


@ mike: great ideas:

Testing for what messages get thru: this doesn't work

Card script # widget is on this card with YouTube URL

global fBrowserClicked

on opencard
   put 0 into fBrowserClicked
   checkBrowserState
end opencard

on mouseup
   put 1 into fBrowserClicked
end mouseup

Stack script:

global fBrowserClicked

command checkBrowserState
   put fBrowserClicked 
   send checkBrowserState to me in 10 milliseconds
end checkBrowserState


clicking on the browser widget… no mouseup msg is passed  fBrowserClicked… never changes


On 6/2/16, 6:03 AM, "use-livecode on behalf of Mike Bonner" <use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com on behalf of bonnmike at gmail.com> wrote:

>I can't test this on mobile right now, but I _think_ you can set up a send
>loop in the background checking every 40 millisec or so and to check if
>there is a touch. If there is, adjust the rect of the browser widget to
>allow a header bar to show with your control.  As a widget on mobile, the
>rect is whatever you set it to right?
>
>A feature request might be to implement browserclick so that it works with
>the widget.
>
>If you want to go the iframe way you might also look here:
>https://developers.google.com/youtube/iframe_api_reference#Getting_Started
>and adjust things so that you can register javascript handlers with lc. In
>this way, you should be able to have lc know what is going on in the widget
>(player stop, etc.  )



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