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  1. #1
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    Will my application Express sign?

    Hi all,

    I have developed one application in which I am handling some events on long key press "#".
    But accordong to "UNI-01 Installation, Normal and Stressed UsageThe application does not affect the use of the core system features or other applications on device."

    Here I am making use of "#" key which is used for profile swiching by default.

    so Will my application get express sign?

    Thanks in advance.
    bnvaikos

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    Re: Will my application Express sign?

    Hi,

    As you said, the application will not pass the UNI-01 test case since it overrides the profile swiching. Then you need a waiver and according to this thread in the Symbian Developer Network forums: Announcement: Express Signed and Waivers:
    Please note that wavers are not acceptable for Express Signed submissions. If your application does not pass all the Symbian Signed Test Criteria and requires a waiver you should use the Certified Signed route.
    Best regards,
    Antoine POULAT from Sogeti.

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    Re: Will my application Express sign?

    I wouldn't say that the # usage in profiles would be core. anyway, have you though about giving a user a possibility to change the button ?
    Then at least if the user thinks that it is negativly efecting their normal usage, they could go and change the button to be something else.

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    Re: Will my application Express sign?

    Thank you all for your quick reply
    symbianyucca
    As per your suggestion if we provide such option then I think there is no need to go for waiver Isn't it?.

    bnvaikos

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    Re: Will my application Express sign?

    Don't think you'd need a waiver but would create it just in case.

    Cheers,
    Jack

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