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    Question Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    I signed my App with Symbian Sign, and it's failed with TEST 2 - Application start/stop behaviour
    I don't know about Task manager
    Anybody can help me?

    "Try to close the application “MyApp” from the Task Manager: nothing happens, the application continues to run".
    Anybody can help me to solve this problem. How do I do to stop myapp in task manager

    Thank a lot !
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    Nguyend

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    The Task Manager (and some system-related events) send you the EEikCmdExit command (in the HandleCommandL), this is why example and generated applications handle it. Generally it is cheaper to do the test for yourself first, they are available on the Symbian Signed site (http://www.symbiansigned.com)
    The Task Manager is what you get after a long press on the application button. It tries to close applications if you press 'C' (or select the Close command in the context menu on touch screen devices)

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    It means that your application is not exiting when someone press "c" button on the phone. Task manager is the place where you can see the running applications. Just press and hold "Menu" key and you will see it on the upper left corner of your mobile screen. Then locate your application from that task manager and try to kill it with pressing "C" button on your phone.
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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    Thank you, wizard_hu_ and kiran10182

    I will fix my problem

    Thank one more
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    Nguyend

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    I'm trying to find the "Task Manager" on an N97mini. If I press the "menu key" (which I assume is what you mean by "application button") all I get is the same "Open applications" list I'd get if I pressed "Options"/"Show open apps.". There is no cancel/close option I can see on that list, other than the one to simply cancel the display of the list. Pressing the "C" button has no effect.

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    after opening the "Task Manager" select the application you want to close then just press the "Red Key"

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    The "red key", when used on that menu, is ineffective against all apps I try it on -- web, clock, calculator, etc. Actually selecting the app (bringing it to foreground) and using the "red key" seems like "cheating", but if that's what's defined (and what will be tested) it's fine with me. I just want to know what the requirement is.

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    Interestingly, "Web" can't be cancelled with the red key.

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    oops sorry ... after opening the "Task Manager" select the application you want then keep on tapping the icon you will get a small menu [open] [exit] ... use exit.

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    OK, that works. Dunno how a user would ever find it, though.

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    Yes, no body reads the manual that comes with the device ... (including me)

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    It is implemented in that way(Open/Exit on a long press in Task manager) in S60 5th edition touch screen devices.
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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    Quote Originally Posted by danhicksbyron View Post
    OK, that works. Dunno how a user would ever find it, though.
    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    Yes, no body reads the manual that comes with the device ... (including me)
    Quote Originally Posted by kiran10182 View Post
    It is implemented in that way(Open/Exit on a long press in Task manager) in S60 5th edition touch screen devices.
    yes but we were quotes about the feature discoverability

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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    yes but we were quotes about the feature discoverability
    Didn't get your point. Would you please elaborate more about this statement?
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    Re: Task Manager - In test case of Symbian Sign

    Quote Originally Posted by danhicksbyron View Post
    OK, that works. Dunno how a user would ever find it, though.
    as it says .. it is hard to find out for a user that there is a task manager and by which you can kill running applications.

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