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09-04-2012 09:34 AM
To go on with your issue, which white space do you mean, the ones I surrounded in red color in the image below?
09-04-2012 03:40 PM
I know you're using PhoneGap/Cordova to target multiple platforms including BlackBerry, which is awesome, but keep in mind this is the BlackBerry WebWorks forum, so there's not much assistance here for an Android specific problem.
09-05-2012 02:05 AM
Some things to be mentioned I could think of:
1.) It hasn't to do with any OS caching issue, so the issue is the app's source code, I think! Follow up with 2. and/or 3.!
2.) It might be an issue of the OS if you have an autosuggest mechanism ON in OS settings??
3.) It might be the autosuggest of the app and you do not close it or you do not clear the input-element, so it is shown whenever you come back to this screen? To exclude this point, on selection try to remove/clear the inputs values!
Try 1. + 3. and see what happens then.
Debugging any app from remote, like you want us to help you, with source code written by somebody else is almost impossible, that's why you should set up small testimonials with only the source producing the error to see what happens and to be able to change source easily for testing and debugging.
09-05-2012 02:23 AM
Let me check.
is there any way to go back to previous screen it in not working in android..
<div class="home_icon"><a id ="200" x-blackberry-focusable="true" onmouseover="buttonHighlight(this);" onmouseout="buttonUnHighlight(this);" onclick="window.history.back();"><img src="images/back-icon.png" alt="Home" title="Home" /></a></div>
09-05-2012 02:31 AM
I assume the following:
You have a screen with the input and "autosuggest" of flight stations. The user adds something to the input, and the stations are listet, then from this list the user selects one and you go to the next screen. Here you use window.history.back() to switch back to the selection screen, isn't it?
So it will open up the autosuggest every time since this is the last state of the history. If you would use a href="previousSelectionPage.html" and not onclick="window.history.back()" it shouldn't open up the autosuggest.
Or, if the user selects a station you need to add source to remove all the values from the input field before you switch to the next screen.