06-29-2013 08:35 PM
Hi - I have created an app in Cascades, that consists of some text fields. When I do a long-press on the data within any of the text fields (after selecting/hilighting it), the Context Menu pops up and I get the default actions: Select All, Cut, Copy, Paste, Share, and Open in. I am fine with all options except for "Open in". I only get the "Open in" option when the app is being run (tested) on my Z10...and the strange part is that this option wants to open in Sportsnet i.e. the full menu option says "Open in Sportsnet" which is not relevant to my app in any way. However, when I run my app on the simulator, I don't see the "Open in" menu option.
I don't particularly use the Sportsnet app so I deleted it, and the "Open in" menu option wa gone from the Context Menu.
How do I prevent the "Open in" menu option from showing up in the Context Menu for good?? My concern is when other users use this app, they may experience a similar problem giving the impression that the app is buggy. Please note that I have not programmed a Context Menu in my app.
06-30-2013 11:16 AM
You can't remove Open In menu items. 3rd party apps registers with the menu manager to add their own menu to the system menu so that you can invoke the app. the only way to remove them is to delete the app like you are doing.
06-30-2013 11:36 AM
07-01-2013 04:24 AM
07-07-2013 11:05 PM
Thanks saprykin, I had looked into this as an option, but was unable to find a listing of default actions...I will keep looking into this option.