On issue 2, are you trying to use the imager to take a picture or to scan a barcode? If it is to scan a barcode, don't use the imager tag, use the scanner tag. Motorola devices with imagers will scan using the same code that is used on a laser device.
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On Issue 1, the file dialog is not supported on Moto Webkit, I suggest you use the File API as an alternative, http://docs.rhomobile.com/rhodesapi/file-api
As far as I understand the file API it is just for Ruby? Could you provide some tutorials or coding, if it is possible to use the file API with RhoElements?
Thanks in advance and best regards,
Sorry for the delayed response...
At the moment it is not possible to access the File API without Ruby code (but look for that limitation to be removed in future drops)
For now I'm afraid the File API is just for Ruby so you'd have to use a native application to access it.
thanks for your replies. I could fix the first issue and will try the file api for the second one.
I am using the imager to take a picture.