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Posts: 172
Registered: ‎01-17-2011
My Device: 9500 series
My Carrier: Airtel

Execute java script in qnxstagewebview

Hey All, 


I want to run java scripts command in qnxstagewebview. 

i used executejavascript method to run java script , by which i was able to show alert. 

i want to execute document.execCommand(*) commands , but i am not able to execute it , if i am passing it in  executejavascript method . 

Please help me out how to do so ?


private var web_view : QNXStageWebView ; 
web_view = new QNXStageWebView("JSTest") ;
web_view.stage = stage ; 

web_view.executeJavaScript("document.execCommand(\"InsertButton\");") ;

 Thanks in advance.




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Registered: ‎04-26-2012
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Re: Execute java script in qnxstagewebview

Hi Shaan!


It seems InsertButton is only suported on Explorer, not in webkit:





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Re: Execute java script in qnxstagewebview

[ Edited ]

Thanks for your reply osus.
Insertbutton was an example , i am just trying to use bold list command in java script.

I am using a div tag ,


<div id=\"content\" contenteditable=\"true\" style=\"height:768px;font-size: 26pt;  \">


in which i am writing some text & when i select some text , my task is to change it to bold to or to change its color/font type.

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Registered: ‎02-22-2012
My Device: BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Dev Alpha C, BlackBerry PlayBook
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Re: Execute java script in qnxstagewebview

Try calling a JavaScript function from ActionScript:



And write your bolding code in that function in JavaScript. It converts the string into a JavaScript call.


You should get a response in 



More information can be found in the API here - https://developer.blackberry.com/air/apis/bb10/qnx/events/JavaScriptResultEvent.html 




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