I have some trouble when I do the following :
I have an AIR app with a mx:html component. The page inside
this control is a swf (a custom youtube player)
This application runs in FULL_SCREEN_INTERACTIVE mode.
The application works fine ... as long as I do not move the
mouse. If I try to make any simple animation (rollover, drag and
drop, or even custom cursor), any simple user interaction, my swf
flickers so much I have to close my eyes !
I think this is a bug, as I saw in a previous post, and I
hope it will be solved soon.
Now, I am trying to find a workaround.
* I run in FULL_SCREEN_INTERACTIVE mode because I aim at
building an application for very young kid, so I want to prevent
them from clicking outside the program. I do not want them to click
on the taskbar or whatever.
* If I run the same application in normal mode, but
maximized, no more flickering, it works like a charm. But of
course, any kid-user can click outside the app, or even close it.
To avoid this, I tried to capture the mouseOut event, to
prevent the cursor from exiting the app window. I can capture the
event but I did not find any way to prevent the cursor from exiting
: I did not find any way to set the mouse coordinated via
actionscript. Has anyone already achieved to do this ?
Sorry for this long post, I think it is important you
understand why I want to "trap" the user into my app :)