12-18-2011 12:23 AM
Is there a way to do this so it only fills up a part of the screen? I would like to have my header div show up above the browserfield.
I'm fairly new to the Java UI stuff (hence using Webworks), so some detailed help would be nice.
12-19-2011 09:47 AM
All of WebWorks is an app running inside a browserfield, so I don't see the usefulness of adding an extension to do the same thing...
In Javaland I believe there is a way to make the browserfield display with other controls at the same time, but I do not believe there is a way to have 2 browserfields at the same time.
I you want to have a header-div, why not just do it in HTML? (Keep in mind that this UI is quite annoying to deal with on non-touch devices. Fixed position headers offer a lot of headaches when you need to scroll all the way to the top to use them.)
12-19-2011 12:32 PM
The reason I would want to have a header is because I still want a way for a user to visually see a button that they can use to close the extra browserfield. Right now, the back button closes it but this isn't immediately obvious to the user.
12-21-2011 03:03 PM
I don't believe you can have two browserfields but you can probably have a java UI that will tell them to press the back key. You could also investigate using a childBrowser extension.