I'm pretty sure SignatureCapture will either do one or the other, ie if you specify a SaveEvent the CaptureEvent probably won't get triggered... have you tried removing the save event? Also, you don't mention you're calling the capture() method.
Thanks for your response.
I have tried both ways. But I didn't manage to get it to work.
Yes, I'm calling my capture() method - I even copied the sample on the documentation, exactly as is and it didn't work.
If you're working in an HTML5 browser (Motorola WebKit, IE10 on WP8, etc.) and aren't expecting to use a hardware signature pad (which I'm not sure is supported by the RhoElements), then I would suggest using the jQuery Signature Pad instead. I've had better luck with it than the RhoElements signature pad.
It took me 5 minutes to implement the jQuery Signature Pad solution - end to end.
Thank you! Thank you!
I guess this is solved for me.