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sasha_magee
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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Aha, that explains the difficulty in reproduction. Glad you were able to get it going.
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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
That’s helpful!I’ll look into it.Thankssasha
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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Thanks for the report. We’ll take a look at it!Does it work for you in the simulator?sasha
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Re: Access to the front-facing camera sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Great, glad it works for you!
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Re: Access to the front-facing camera sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Well, I have not yet had a chance to test it, but with AIR 3, you should beable to use WebCamPublisher.CameraNameIndex to set the camera to thefront-facing one. You should be able to do something like: function setupPublisher(publisher:WebcamPublisher):void { var camera:Camera; var cameraCount:uint = Camera.names.length; for ( var i:uint = 0; i < cameraCount; ++i ) { camera = Camera.getCamera( String(i) ); if ( camera.position == CameraPosition.FRONT ) publisher.cameraNameIndex = String(i); } } ...
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Re: Native mobile apps, particularly iOS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Ah, I believe that documentation is out of date.As of AIR 3, front-facing camera should work on both Android and iOS.
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Re: Native mobile apps, particularly iOS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi, Josh,There are two answers to that question: 1. There is a beta version of the LCCS framework that is mobile compatible. http://forums.adobe.com/message/3833841#3833841#3833841 2. you can create a mobile app using the Flash-only SWC included in the release LCCS SDK.Thankssasha
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Re: FlashPlayer 11 (non-debug only) + LCCS v2.1.0 targeting FP 10.0 not loading content sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Well, assuming the problem lies in the disconnect between your null check and the actual state of the lobbyView variable, I might try making the check explicitly for null, so if (lobbyView != null) rather than if (lobbyView). Not that these shouldn’t be equivalent in this case, but I’m not sure what else could have changed between player 10.3 and 11. I’ll also try to ask around the runtime team and see if they have any ideas.sasha
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Re: FlashPlayer 11 (non-debug only) + LCCS v2.1.0 targeting FP 10.0 not loading content sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Thanks, Alex,Sounds like you’ve done quite a bit of research into this already. However, I think I’m confused.lobbyView is null when it should not be? Or it’s not null even though you set it to null? Or it’s null, but your checks (lobbyView != null) to ensure that you don’t access a null variable aren’t working correctly?Thankssasha
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Re: FlashPlayer 11 (non-debug only) + LCCS v2.1.0 targeting FP 10.0 not loading content sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi, Alex, assuming I understand the problem correctly, I cannot reproduce it. A few questions: 1) How are you setting the targeted player? 2) I take it you're using the Player10 LCCS swc?3) Which version of the Flex SDK are you using?4) do non-LCCS UI elements show up?5) Mac or Windows or both? Have you tried on more than one browser? thankssasha
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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi, Glenn. We don't have an outward facing bugbase for LCCS, so please just report bugshere. Incidentally, to solve the issue you mentioned above, if I understand itcorrectly, you should be able to just add the following line at the end ofRichTextArea.set htmlText dispatchEvent(new Event("htmlTextChanged"));Thankssasha
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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Glenn, Nothing else's been released. There's no secret program or private group oranything. We've been working on this in the background while waiting forfeedback from the forums. Your bug has been noted, and we'll fix it.We don't have a date for the next release. As soon as we do, we'll let youknow. In the meantime, if you can let us know any other issues you see thatwe've not listed it'd be great, so we can make sure we address them.Thankssasha
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Re: Error while setting up Flash + LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Great! Glad it worked out.
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Re: Error while setting up Flash + LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Looks like it might be a SWC linking issue. When you added the SWC, did youset the linkage type to Merged Into Code or as Runtime Shared Library? Ithink you'll need to do the former (at least to get started).
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Re: Error while setting up Flash + LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
I believe the issue here is that you are linking to a SWC that's intendedfor Flex use. I think you actually want to link to.../com.adobe.lccs/libs/flashOnly/player10.3/lccsFlash.swcGive that a try. I believe it should solve the problem you're seeing.
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Re: Error when moving to flashOnly\player10.3 sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
The Flash CS5 Authoring tool does not support 10.3 officially. However, as Idetailed earlier, with a couple steps you can update the application totarget Flash Player 10.3. Flash playback is of course fully supported.sasha
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Re: Error when moving to flashOnly\player10.3 sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
OK, Keep in mind that I'm pretty sure authoring for 10.3 is not officiallysupported in Flash CS5. However, the following steps seem to work:1. in your {Flash install}/Common/Configuration/Players folder, you'll see aFlashPlayer10_2.xml file.2. Duplicate that file and rename it FlashPlayer10_3.xml3. Open the new file and change the line starting Publish Settings. There should now be a Player 10.3 itemavailable in the Player dropdown.You should now be able to use 10.3-specific APIs. However, I bel...
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Re: Error when moving to flashOnly\player10.3 sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
If you are compiling from the command line, you can add the argument -swf-version=12 to your compiler callIf you are using Flash Builder, you'll need to right click on the project, Choose Properties, and select Flex Compiler. Add -swf-version=12 to the Additional Compiler Arguments text box.thankssasha
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Re: Error #1014: Class flash.media::MicrophoneEnhancedOptions could not be found. sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi, SuhaAs the release notes state, you must be compiling to AIR 2.7. I believe thatthe error you are seeing is a result of targeting AIR 2.6.Please see the instructions helpfully provided here:http://forums.adobe.com/message/3847495#3847495(also note that you must add the following to your Flex Compiler settings: -swf-version=12Thankssasha
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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Not as far as I know. I'll see if I can find out anything from the Runtimeteam about it.
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Beta version of Spark LCCS sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
We're pleased to announced the beta of the Spark (and therefore mobile) version of LCCS SDK.Attached is a Zip file containing the SWC and the source.There are a few issues we know about. Please let us know any additional issues you run across.Here're the release notes:LCCS Spark SDK beta 1 release notes: This is a beta release of the LCCS SDK converted to the Spark framework. Because it is not a release version, we do not recommend you produce production apps with this version of the SDK. There ...
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Re: Does LCCS work on iOS, such as iPhone? Can I use the SDK examples to develop an app for mobile? sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi, Suha, we do not currently have a mobile-compatible version of the LCCSSDK. We'll be releasing a beta version of one quite soon, however.Thankssasha
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Re: Problem getting SharedWhiteBoard to work on tablets sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
I know of no reason why linking the mx and sparkskins swc will not work.That said, it's not supported on mobile devices, so I/we make no guarantees.And performance was a big reason for the switch to Spark, so I'm not allthat surprised that you see some sluggishness.As I said, we'll be releasing the beta version in a matter of days. We'll beposting it here, so consider yourself signed up. However, I will warn youthat the SharedWhiteBoard will be the least finished of the components, so Iwould not...
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Re: Problem getting SharedWhiteBoard to work on tablets sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Well, LCCS is not really meant to be mobile compatible yet (soon, I promise,soon!)Both ConnectSessionContainer and SharedWhiteBoard extend MX components,which don't really work for mobile apps.I believe that what you're seeing is that ConnectSessionContainer isn'tlegal to add to the Spark Application, because it inherits from Canvas. It'sa pretty unhelpful error message, though, I agree.We're busily working on a new version of the SDK and should have abeta-quality release of it in a matter of da...
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Re: Chat& - Touch & Multitouch in Screen Control sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi, Joseph, I'm not sure exactly what you're asking here. Can you be more explicit aboutexactly the use case you're trying to enable?ThanksSasha
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Re: How do I go about calling the Whiteboard toolbar's functions externally? sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
There's not currently any support for addressing the WhiteBoard toolbar fromExternal Interface. You'd have to extend either SharedWhiteBoard orEditorToolBar, I think.
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Re: FlashWebCamExample Error 1046 sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Well, if you're not seeing any stop/start button text, it seems likely thateither the component is not getting added to the stage or it's being locatedor sized incorrectly. I'd suggest that you ensure it's all being initializedcorrectly by debugging into the constructor and the setBackGround methods.Thankssasha
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Re: FlashWebCamExample Error 1046 sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
If there's nothing appearing on screen, it seems possible that you have not added the FlashWebCamExample class to the stage.DO you have a default view in your application?Did you add the first block of code I mentioned in this message: http://forums.adobe.com/message/3765114#3765114 to it?Here's the full code of the default view in my test app: import mx.core.UIComponent; private var flashCam:FlashWebCamExample; private function addCam():void { flashCam= new FlashWebCamExample(); var ui:UIComponent = new UIComponent; addElement(ui); ui.addChild(flashCam); } If you've already got this in your default view, I suggest you put a breakpoint in the addCam() method and make sure it's getting called.
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Re: FlashWebCamExample Error 1046 sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Are using the Simulator, or are you trying this directly on a device? Do yousee a stop/start button on stage to click?
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Re: FlashWebCamExample Error 1046 sasha_magee - Adobe LiveCycle
Ofer, are you sure you're using the Flash Only version of the LCCSlibraries? Because there should not be any mx components referred to at all.So either you have used a label in whatever app you are creating, or (morelikely) you're using a flex version of the LCCS libraries. Please check tomake sure you're compiling against the SWC incom.adobe.lccs/libs/flashOnly/player10.1/lccsFlash.swcThankssasha
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