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From Filip Maj <...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: [Android] loadUrl, input methods and making the web a thread-safe place
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2012 16:16:47 GMT
Did the options get implemented? Coming back to the code after a month it
looks like you guys overhauled a lot of stuff :)

On 8/13/12 6:22 PM, "Joe Bowser" <bowserj@gmail.com> wrote:

>On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 10:39 AM, Andrew Grieve <agrieve@chromium.org>
>wrote:
>> Calling the private sendMessages() to eval JS doesn't have the same with
>> dismissing the keyboard, although it's quite possible that it will have
>> other bugs. If nothing else, I think it would be neat to add it as
>> togglable options so devs can try it out and see if it causes any bugs.
>> Another risk is that the added WEBKIT_DRAW that seems to be required
>>will
>> make it slower than other options.
>>
>> Instead of online/offline events, we could turn polling on when a
>>textbox
>> is focused and turn it off when it blurs. This might increase typing lag
>> though... I'm also not how straight-forward it is to detect if the
>>keyboard
>> is active due to ContentEditable.
>>
>> Joe, I'm sure you looked at this when it came up with the 2.3 emulator,
>>but
>> is there a way to detect that you're in the emulator?
>>
>
>That's not as simple as it sounds, we have to check which emulator its
>running.  I'm sure the emulator has device information in it and we
>can grab that using our existing device API.  Of course, I didn't do
>this because there may be that crappy knock-off phone out there that
>also runs JSC as its Javascript Engine. We created the fix with the
>assumption that there were these Chinese OEMs who may be creating
>cheap, crappy phones which may be using JSC instead of V8 for their
>Javascript Engines and that these OEMs would use Gingerbread.
>
>BTW: We haven't seen a real phone running 2.3 with JSC as its
>Javascript Engine.  It is plausible, but it would fail the Google
>Tests.
>
>Joe


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