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catching Local Notification on IOS

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Sep 05, 2014

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Hello,

I'm developping a mobile application with AIR, using a ANE for some functionnalities.

I'm able to create a localNotification, firing it on my device.

When the notification is fired it shows a slider on the top of the device, and a badge on the icon of my app.

When I click on the slider, throught the event FRPE_ApplicationDidReceiveLocalNotification in the AIR SDK (in FlashRuntimeExtensions+Private.h) I can catch which notification is fired (by getting it's ID), but when I click on the badge it doesn't seem the fire this event.

Do I have to listen to another event or should it be fired as with the click on the slider ?

Thank you.

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catching Local Notification on IOS

New Here ,
Sep 05, 2014

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Hello,

I'm developping a mobile application with AIR, using a ANE for some functionnalities.

I'm able to create a localNotification, firing it on my device.

When the notification is fired it shows a slider on the top of the device, and a badge on the icon of my app.

When I click on the slider, throught the event FRPE_ApplicationDidReceiveLocalNotification in the AIR SDK (in FlashRuntimeExtensions+Private.h) I can catch which notification is fired (by getting it's ID), but when I click on the badge it doesn't seem the fire this event.

Do I have to listen to another event or should it be fired as with the click on the slider ?

Thank you.

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