Touch Functionality in HTML Widget?

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    Darius Aleksas

    Chris,

    Provide more details on that touch screen... make, model.

    To make touchscreen work you need to make sure:

    1. You have to make sure that your screen's touch layer is connected to your PC. Typically it is the additional cable that runs from your display to your PC (on the PC end it connects via USB port).

    2. Install touch screen drivers if available from the display manufacturer. In some cases, Windows touch drivers will take care of that.

    3. Make sure you allow interactivity in your RV Presentation because by default it is OFF.

     

    In addition, what Windows version are you running? I strongly recommend Windows 10 because the previous versions were not great with touch experience.

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    Christopher Stierman

    Where do you enable interactivity? I didn’t see that in the HTML widget.

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    Darius Aleksas

    In Presentation's properties uncheck this:

     

    and in Web Page widget check this:

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    Christopher Stierman

    Hi, I'm using the HTML Widget not the web page widget. The webpage widget isn't available with my account.  I didn't see that box with the HTML widget.

     

    Thanks,


    Chris

     

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    Darius Aleksas

    Then just the first un-chek and it should work. Again, are you using IFRAME to push the web site? What r u doing/have there... you provide little details and a ton of room for imagination to work with )

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    Darius Aleksas

    OK, so I just tried what you are trying to do. Apparently, the navigation does not work in web pages pushed to RV thru the HTML Widget. Not sure if this is something RV is blocking or is it the order of things in the HTML world. I believe it is the former (works in regular browser window outside RV) because they like to be paid for their job... like pretty much all of us. So your answer is to use the Web Page widget.

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    Darius Aleksas

    OK... I am taking my words back because I am an idiot. I was running tests without the cable for touch functionality. So disregard whatever I have said above in the last 2 posts. With the cable plugged in, I confirm that touchscreen functionality works in the HTML widget (using an iframe to push web pages).

    With that said, not every web page will work in iframes because some page owners are actually blocking that from happening (X-frame). More about that: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/X-Frame-Options

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