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Old 07-01-2012, 09:25 PM   #1
RandoManaphy
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Join Date: May 2012
Device: Kindle Touch
Touch gestures in WAF apps

This is my first post, yay! I was bored, so I started some of the wafs in /var/local/waf/ (facebook, gmail) and noticed that nothing happened if you clicked on the text boxes, and that it would crash after a few moments. So I checked the draw config.xml and crossed referenced it with the one for facebook. And this was missing from the facebook one:

Code:
    <!-- App Configuration -->
    <kindle:gestures>
        <param name="drag" value="no"/>
        <param name="pinchzoom" value="no"/>
        <param name="tap" value="no"/>
        <param name="multi_tap" value="no"/>
    </kindle:gestures>

    <!-- request for persistent chrome-->
    <kindle:chrome>
        <kindle:asset key="useCustomSearchBar" value="true"/>
    </kindle:chrome>

    <!--
        features are used to control the JS API that will be available to a
        waf application.
    -->
    <feature name="http://kindle.amazon.com/apis" required="true">
        <param name="gestures" value="yes"/>
    </feature>
Insert this between the
Code:
<content src=... />
tag and the
Code:
</widget>
tag, and poof, you've got yourself an interactive waf!

This might seem kind of obvious, but I was bored :P
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