Hi. I´m having the same error, my app is an interactive book whith the story on one project and two games on their own projects. In my app this flash only appears on the story proyect. I think that this is because the story has a lot of images and sounds and the program can´t manage them well. And the games are more simples.
I´m trying it on and iPad2 and my project is optimized to iPad Retina, is resizable but perhaps this resolution does not help..
Hope some one can help us...
sorry that it took so long to reply - i´ve been on vacation.
Sadly, i still could not remove the flash and i still have no clue where it originates.
I don´t think its the size of the images – the ipad can handle this. FYI i didn´t make my
animations responsive (it sounds like you did this with yours), i used another technique
i know from webdesign for ipads – saving the images in retina-resolution and insert them
in the animation with the half the size (Edge supports the "/2" trick in the palette,
which (sadly) not every Adobe-App does...).
So, we´re still searching for the cause of the "flash", please keep me posted if you´re on to
Thanks and Greetings,
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Hi, Gabriel and André-
I did a quick search and found a couple of workarounds from the UIWebView perspective. It looks like this is just what happens when you have a more complex HTML page that loads.
Hope this helps!