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10.04.2019 · android:background="@color/white" android:clickable="true" android:focusable="true" Clickable means that it can be clicked by a pointer device or be tapped by a touch device. Focusable means that it can gain the focus from an input device like a keyboard.
May be due to a newer N version, related to onresume event timing.
Application crash on Resume. Having List & Item Detail page. While on Item detail page, When application goes to background for some time and restore it.
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Storyline HTML5 crash and closes the window when I set the auto resume and I'm in a window opened by a shortcut in Home. To reproduce this problem: - published in HTML5 some slides with variables...
To start, you need to create a custom Application class implementation to get an instance of your context continuously : package com.ssaurel.appcrash; import android.app.Application; import ...