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  1. BobTheBuilder

    WebView2 synchronious calls

    This is a bit of an old topic but since I found it via a google search people in the future will likely see it too, so here are my two cents: Using a modal form is almost the same as having a loop with Application.ProcessMessages in it. The .ShowModal function literally contains this a repeat-until loop with Application.ProcessMessages inside of it. BUT: If you don't use a modal form then Application.ProcessMessages will execute things like clicking on buttons on other forms than the modal form which isn't desired while you wait for the javascript response. Meanwhile .ShowModal blocks the use of all other forms except the form it was called from. So either use a modal form as the easy way out or add a boolean that is set while waiting for the response in a loop with Application.ProcessMessages. All event functions for gui interaction should check that and exit if it is true. Problem solved.
  2. BobTheBuilder

    Android, how to call a TJIntent

    What Dave Nottage excludes completely is the fact that during creation the AndroidManifest.xml is copied to AndroidManifest.template.xml in your source directory. So changing the AndroidManifest.xml in your AppData folder has zero effect if there already is a AndroidManifest.template.xml present. Make any changes you need to the AndroidManifest.template.xml because that file will be used to create the AndroidManifest.xml in the apk. This is what made me realize that people were talking about the wrong file origin: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Rio/en/Preparing_an_Android_Application_for_Deployment