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  1. #1
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    Redirect to http site

    Hi,

    I am a new here, and I have a question that might be not so clever ...

    I want to develop a widset widget that will have a main page and then just redirect to a known url, since the widset convention is not HTML and JS but XML and WSL I found that doing it is not so trivial.

    I tried using openBrowser api, but unfortunately it does not promise that the browser will be opened immidialtly, or at all.

    is it possible to implement my request?

    thank fellows,

    Junam.

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    Re: Redirect to http site

    WidSets does not run on web browser (like WRT does) but is it's own software, so opening browser is not always recommended thing to do. If you still want to do it then openBrowser() is the only way, and even that does not work in all phone models.

    For WidSets widget it is recommended to download information using http-service and show it in your widget using UI Components.

    See UITest example widget that comes with SDK: "devkit run examples\uitest"

    /render

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    Re: Redirect to http site

    Hi Render,

    Thanks mate,
    I guess I tried to believe that there is other easy way to do it...
    Anyway you made the whole issue clearer
    Thanks again,

    Junam.

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