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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS - Adobe LiveCycle 07-11-2011
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 - Adobe LiveCycle 31-10-2011
That’s helpful!I’ll look into it.Thankssasha

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Re: Beta version of Spark LCCS - Adobe LiveCycle 31-10-2011
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 - Adobe LiveCycle 25-10-2011
Great, glad it works for you!

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Re: Access to the front-facing camera - Adobe LiveCycle 24-10-2011
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 - Adobe LiveCycle 17-10-2011
Ah, I believe that documentation is out of date.As of AIR 3, front-facing camera should work on both Android and iOS.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 - Adobe LiveCycle 17-10-2011
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 - Adobe LiveCycle 07-10-2011
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 - Adobe LiveCycle 07-10-2011
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 - Adobe LiveCycle 06-10-2011
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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