Enabling function keys on Windows Mobile 6.5

Within the configuration settings I need to "enable" function keys to be passed on to my web application, i.e 

<DeviceKeys>

<EnableFunctionKey_F1 value="1"/>

<EnableFunctionKey_F2 value="1"/>

</DeviceKeys>

However, with my WM6.5 device, F1 does not work.  I have written other .NET applications that needed extra code to handle overriding the Operating System Application keys, i.e. F1, F2, F6, F7., but was hoping that RhoElements may already handle this?

Timothy Murphy
Let me rephrase my question(s

Let me rephrase my question(s)

Is overriding APP keys, i.e. F1/F2 to get the true function key value to an application within Windows Mobile 6.5 something RhoElements will eventually support, and if so when could a release be expected?

For example, the latest version of RhoElementsv1.0.1.2 does not enable F1 or F2, although setting the CONFIG.XML file appropriately

<DeviceKeys>

<EnableFunctionKey_F1 value="1">

<EnableFunctionKey_F2 value="2">

</DeviceKeys>

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Anonymous (not verified)
Are you looking to capture

Are you looking to capture the keys in javascript when the user presses them?

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Timothy Murphy
YesRegards,Tim

Yes

Regards,

Tim

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Anonymous (not verified)
Thanks, that functionality is

Thanks, that functionality is not currently available in RhoElements due to incompatibilities with how Windows handles the special behaviour of Function Keys.

It will be working in version 1.0.3, due for release in about a month or so.

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Timothy Murphy
Great news! ThanksThanks

Great news! Thanks

Thanks,

Tim

email: Timothy.Murphy@motorolasolutions.com

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