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Ios image uploads seem to be working great so far. It’s late so I’m going to test more in the morning.
Thank you for working this out!
The update works great. Tested on android and ios. Both are uploaded to the stores. You even got image uploads working on IOS!
If you could add the ability to scale the navigation arrows and adjust spacing that would be killer.
Great job, this is a truly powerful plugin now.
Yes please! firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ll test it out as soon as i get home.
And welcome back!
this question was asked here as well https://www.kokosoft.pl/forums/topic/browser-back-button/#post-950
- This reply was modified 5 years, 10 months ago by theboosted1.
Yes! I need this functionality desperately (IOS and Android)! the ability to go backwards thru pages and a back “exit” button. I have an app released on the stores and have been getting complaints lately about being kicked back to my main menu. My client is pushy lol. Being that your plug-in is so reasonably priced, I am willing to use your donation link. (or if someone here can provide be their solution)
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And of course keep the current back button functionality to exit the browser.
I need the same functionality, I need to go back through the users browser history, just like a traditional browser.
Let me know if you have any luck, I’ll try some ideas as well.
Have you been able to take a look at this IOS error? I can’t seem to get past it, really need IOS image uploads working.
as for my first post, the problem between the older and newer iphones was in ios 10, apple requires a info.plist to ask permission (camera, photos) from the user. they did not require this prior to ios 10, and therefore InAppBrowser handled image uploads just fine.
However the .plist requirement seems to be secondary to the crashing error I posted above.
This error shows when InAppBrowser crashes when attempting an image upload (when you select camera/ video option in IOS menu).
I also had to add camera permissions in the info.plist file, however i have no idea if its working as InAppBrowser crashes just before that point. here is the error:
2018-01-23 19:14:53.873 appname[312:32242] Warning: Attempt to present <UIImagePickerController: 0x14480e800> on <UINavigationController: 0x144240600> whose view is not in the window hierarchy!January 18, 2018 at 4:01 pm in reply to: Cannot upload images using input[type=file] through Android #659
Started a new thread as this one relates to androidJanuary 14, 2018 at 6:21 pm in reply to: Cannot upload images using input[type=file] through Android #654January 14, 2018 at 5:33 pm in reply to: Cannot upload images using input[type=file] through Android #653
To clarify, when the default ios menu opens asking if you want to choose from the gallery or take a photo, and you make a selection, InAppBrowser closes, exposing the underlying scene.
Also for the record, the clearCache changes you made work great. I know see that after using clearCache, the data and cookies show cleared when you view data under the app which uses inAppWebBrowser.