Virtual Keyboards

The input tag has four options for mode: password, singleline, multiline or display. When an input element with singleline, multiline, or password mode receives focus, the player may launch an onscreen keyboard to allow user input or a software player may enable use of the computer keyboard. This is not required, though (currently, only the…

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HD DVD Script Object Model

Have you ever been working on an HDi project and needed to look up a method name in Annex Z, but you don’t have it handy (or access at all)?  Well, luckily the Interactivity Jumpstart Kit ships with the HD DVD Script Object Model as a Visio file and a PNG.  You’ll find this very…

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Dynamic Content

Today’s sample was created upon a request from my very nice and hard working office-mate Chris.  Last week Chris began learning HDi.  He whizzed through all the Jumpstart samples and the projects on my blog, and jumped into creating a project that would dynamically generate content on the fly.  After messing around with his project for a…

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HD DVD FAQs

General Why is Microsoft involved in HD DVD?Microsoft supports HD DVD because the mandatory player features such as persistent storage, picture-in-picture, and network connectivity lead to greater interactivity and a better, more consistent user experience.  Read more in the white paper available at ThisIsHDDVD.com: http://www.thisishddvd.com/Downloads/WhatIsHDDVD.pdfWhat is HDi?HDi is Microsoft’s implementation of advanced interactivity for HD DVD.  Players…

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