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12-13-2012 02:31 PM
I am trying to 'future proof' my app as much as possible. It uses a custom developed keyboard that I have pop-up when needed (long story, but it has fewer keys and hence I wanted a simpler UI). However, I would be ok if the user used a physical keyboard if the phone had one. I know there will eventually be a BB10 phone with a physical keyboard, as the documentation says that when released it will have a 720x720 screen. Does anyone know how one can detect whether there is a physical keyboard or not? I could try to detect if both stage.fullScreenWidth == 720 && stage.fullScreenHeight == 720, but this feels a bit kludgey. Thx.
12-13-2012 02:50 PM