When run a application e-book the initial focus is in the e-book and not in the application it containt. For the keys in my application run is necesary to click in the application because the focus is in the e-book. is possible that initially the focus will be in the application and not in the e-book? thank you
Than you. but... sorry for my english.. the problem is betwenn the container (e-book) and the application. The focus initially is in the container and the menu key of the application donīt run. Only until you clic in the screen of application. I think is a problem in the e-book configuration , but i donīt know...
I upload the files e-booj, index and .swf to a internet address and you can download in a few minutes
I compiled the short version of your ebook , and it works fine; the flash looks the same, whether from the html page or the ebook. I get the Logo fading in, the background, the four menu options display, and if I hover over them, the ellipses appear to the right.
Perhaps you should look at your ebook on your desktop; it seems to be saving it on your 'P:' drive, which is probably on a network, right? If you're running it from the network, maybe that's causing a problem.
Either way, you should remove the 'onload=inicio04.focus();' from the </body> tag - it wouldn't work there for a number of reasons.
So, I would retest your ebook on your desktop and on someone else's, and see if it makes a difference.
Problem for me is that my licensed copy of Activ is on a different computer than the one I can test on at the moment, so I use the Activ demo version. It has the nag screen at the start, so it isn't a fair test for your problem. Maybe Sunil can come up with a licensing scheme that allows an Activ Compiler installation on both a work and a home computer.
Anyway, it does seem that the ebook will not relinquish focus to the page itself, despite the fact that Flash is working. I tried to delay the onload focus for one second, but that didn't work either.
Would you be willing to have a small popup on the start page, like a 'hello' message, or navigation instructions, forcing the user to click on it to dismiss it, and thereby changing the focus to your page?
That would have the desired effect, if you didn't mind the extra step...
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