Exiting Browser Widget

David Bovill david at viral.academy
Fri May 27 07:43:29 CEST 2016


You would need to get javascript to call a Livecode handler.

So that means doing something like:

set the javaScriptHandlers of widget "Browser" to "takeMeHome"


And then using a bit of javascript in the displayed web page:

liveCode. takeMeHome("myMessage", 12345);


 to call your Livecode script handler:

on takeMeHome
>    go to cd 1
> end takeMeHome



On 27 May 2016 at 04:26, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami <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
>
> BUT
>
> 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.
>
> Possible?
>
> BR
>
>
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