I have the following (simplyfied) piece of code to create a BrowserContent and displaying it onto a FullScreen.
RenderingSession rs = RenderingSession.getNewInstance();
BrowserContent bc = rs.getBrowserContent(conn, this, null);
VerticalFieldManager vfm = new VerticalFieldManager(Manager.VERTICAL_SCROLL);
(In the loaded HTML page there's a link) My question is whether I can catch the click of the link (in order to load the next page), or alternatively to retrieve the selected text.
I searched the APIs but found no way to achieve this. I tried even the following
Clipboard cb = Clipboard.getClipboard();
Logger.logDebug("fired text: " + cb.toString());
but with no success.
Moreover I have no callback on eventOccurred(Event evt).
Someone have a solution to this?
ps. Is there a way to show up the "mouse" pointer?