03-19-2009 07:02 PM
There is no listener you can use to see if the browser is being used. Sorry. Additionally, it is my understanding that you cannot even listen to the network connection to see which sites are being accessed through it.
If you think about this from a security standpoint, the BlackBerry wouldn't be a very secure device if an application could see this - someone could use the ability you're asking about for nefarious purposes.
Again, from all I know about the platform - there's no way to do this.
I believe you could write a background application that watches to see when the browser is the topmost screen on the stack, but I've never tried anything like this.
03-19-2009 07:03 PM