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01-07-2011 12:34 AM
I am trying to play a video on a popup screen. My application is a background application it launches Video popup screen using "pushGlobalScreen()" on some event like incoming call.
It is observing that VideoControl start playing from 0,0 location is is not bounded with popup screen.
Please let me know how to solve it. I have tried by calling requestFG(processID), requestFG, pushScreen, pushModelScreen, also added some sleep before launch but no success.
But if I launch video popup as a new application the it worked fine. Problem is only while trying to launch in foregroung from background.
Please take it urgent and let me know any solution.
01-14-2011 04:58 PM
Have you tried using the VideoControl.setDisplayLocation method to anchor the video to the upper-left corner of the new window? By default video is displayed at (0, 0).