If I have bought kiosk browser pro licenses, does this include the remote management log in at https://www.kbremote.net/ ?
No it does not, remote management is a subscription service paid either monthly or annually. If you subscribe to remote management you do not need to buy pro licences.
in case one user is surfing the internet (history!) and will enter passwords and data to forms will this be stored or deleted after the sessions ends?
Best regares, Rainer
Running Kiosk Browser on a Samsung Android 5.0.1 in labs ahead of a wider roll out.
On page load, there is a page loading icon appearing. Is it possible to hide this?
Have tried disabling hardware acceleration based on a similar issue but no success
The circular progress bar can be hidden in Settings > Advanced > Hide Progress Bar.
I'm testing Kiosk Browser with my app. My main concern is if the system doesn't lock up or go wrong or anything after hours of operation, so I'm letting it sit.
In variably, after a few minutes I get a message that it is the trial version and then the page reloads. After a few times, this leads to a blank screen and everthing is over.
Is it normal that the browser reloads the page? Is this the same in the licensed version?
This is by design, its a setting called "idle page timeout". It reloads the home page if the Kiosk has been idle for the specified amount of time. You can just turn the setting off if you wish, it's under Settings > General.
I am using Kiosk browser on a 7 inch android tablet. The menu button on the top right corner is not getting clicked on touch. some times it gets clicked after trying to click for 15 to 20 times in that area. It worked well on other devices but now on this new device it is not working.
At first I had doubt on touch screen of tablet, but later it was found that the touch screen was fine as the similar menu in top right corners of other apps like google drive, adobe reader was clickable. but not of Kiosk browser.
I even tried to uncheck hardware acceleration option in settings to solve the performance issue. But the problem persists.
Now we have kiosk-browser force reload the homepage every 5 minutes, and when this happens, the screen goes back to full brightness for a fraction of a second, and then back to the level set by the homepage. It is very short, like a "flash".
We have debugged our script but cannot find any errors. We've been trying to find the root cause for this for the past several weeks, and given that this happens when the page is being reloaded, our best guess at this point is that whenever the homepage reloads, kiosk-browser is somehow resetting the screen brightness until the script on the homepage kick-in again.
Is this possible?
As always, thank you for the support,
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