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Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by marklamb, Jun 7, 2011.

  1. marklamb

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    Looking for any insight. We offer online training, mainly Flash based, but because the courses are offered up by an LMS we need more than one pop-up window. Without getting to technical when you launch a course from an LMS one popup window is use to run the API that communicates student status, e.g. any bookmarks. The second pop-up is actually the course. We are happy to finally see Flash but are now stuck by the one pop-up window limit.
     

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    If I was a user, I would prefer a separate Android application for that. Flash is not available for many low-end Android phones, so that product wouldn't reach everyone.
     
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    I agree but unfortunately this is an existing industry whose typical user is at a computer or laptop. Using smart phones etc. is something customers would like to do but they can't afford the cost to create a smart phone friendly version of the training.
     

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