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Sounds like you are paying attention to users. That is absolutely GREAT! But, internet is full of examples. I'm not planning to make a tutorial out of each option, but (please), place a little example (or a link to another site having the example) like you do in the API documentation. That would be AMAZING and pretty HELPFUL to beginners, like me.
Am I the only one crying for this in this forum? Users could also help amoung us. I'm just thinking outside the box now.
Again... what has happened since 2018? I see no help or documentation yet.
So, if I cannot use things like Cordova's Plug-ins to make use of the camera, microphone, etc. What are the permissions for? How can we use them?
Seriously, this is one of the deepest issues you have for such a tiny and compact application... the lack of tutorials or help about every little option on its user interface. I've been a registered user for more than 2 years already and I'm still wondering what are some features (I'm paying for) useful on this software.
Come on, guys! It's just a person typing some brief info about each option, please... it cannot take two years to accomplish it and you cannot be so busy so as to take a week to do it.
When you create an APK, you are just including a bunch of files inside a ZIP file. So, when you create a new update, several files are overwritten with the same old files. This is what some antivirus are detecting as a virus. When the new app is replacing (a great percentage of) old files with the same old files, it triggers the alarms. That being said, your app shouldn't be a virus, but a false-positive result. It happened to me once.
I just received an email from Google with this news...
By August 3, 2020: new apps must target at least Android 10 (API level 29).
By November 2, 2020: all app updates must target at least Android 10 (API level 29).
Are we ready to face this?
Is there a way I could use a cordova plugin to (let's say) turn on the torch of the phone, take a picture, make a phone call or send a sms?
var sign = window.prompt('Are you feeling lucky?'); // open the window with Text "Are you feeling lucky?"
Is there a way to style the popup that actually starts like this:
The page "file://" says: <-- could we hide this line?
Are you feeling lucky?
[ user input goes here ]
[ cancel ] [ accept ]
Ouch! I was having the very same problem with the so-called openFileDialog4 popup on v3.4.
Guess what!? I used a png file for a customized progress wheel and when the Website2APK Builder loaded the project, I had to reload the progress wheel file (Thanks, God I found the problem!).
I am still suggesting the team to pay attention to all the saved and loaded data from projects. I had some issues with the Customize App Permission feature, checking every item when the project was reloaded.
PS: I cannot change my profile picture on this forum.
A detailed help file full of samples of each option on the screen. I still feel that I'm not using this software at its full power.
And a new graphics interface *(I am offering my help as a graphic designer, maybe looking for a discount on my licence renewal).