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  1. #1
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    Post Flash widget screen turning white on tap

    Hi,
    I have a strange behavior for Flash Widgets I create on 5800: when I quickly tap (twice or more) anywhere on the screen (after the flash was loaded), the screen turns to white with a black rectangle on the left corner.

    I think that the black rect. is part of my flash, as it has a black background.
    Now, tapping this black rectangle brings back the flash screen, though shifted. Switching between landscape and portrait fixes the screen.
    Weird, ha? any clue anyone?

    And another Widget-related question: I've removed the "Options" and "Exit" buttons. I want to use my own "Exit" button, but "fscommand2("Quit")" doesn't work. How DO I exit the widget from flash??

    Thanks,
    Ranco

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    Re: Flash widget screen turning white on tap

    Softkeys exit will not work from widget. you can pass parameter or you can load function from javascript.
    Regards,

    Ravindra Suthar

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    Re: Flash widget screen turning white on tap

    Quote Originally Posted by rsuthar View Post
    Softkeys exit will not work from widget. you can pass parameter or you can load function from javascript.
    What do you mean by "you can pass parameter"? And what javascript function? Can't I use the same "function" from within the flash? please elaborate.

    Thanks,

    Ranco

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