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nativeapplication.startatlogin not working with captured runtime

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Dec 14, 2016

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I have an application that I've deployed for years and has worked great with startatlogin. However, due to issues with newer versions of the Adobe SDK I've had to switch to a captured runtime and this has caused startatlogin to stop working. Is there a fix for this?

While not a good solution, I did figure out this really weird behavior:

  1. Install captured runtime app (using an Inno installer).
  2. Test startatlogin toggle (doesn't work)
  3. Install empty AIR app as normal AIR installer with the exact same AppID
  4. Test startatlogin toggle in captured runtime app (it works!)
  5. Uninstall empty AIR app
  6. Test startatlogin toggle (broken again)

As long as there is an AIR app with a matching AppID, the startatlogin will work with captured runtimes. I can use this in some cases to fix this, but it is a poor solution when it should just freaking work.

-Curt

Hi,

This is the expected behavior, startAtLogin is not supported over captive application. You might be getting an Error#2014, which is expected.

Thanks!

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nativeapplication.startatlogin not working with captured runtime

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Dec 14, 2016

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I have an application that I've deployed for years and has worked great with startatlogin. However, due to issues with newer versions of the Adobe SDK I've had to switch to a captured runtime and this has caused startatlogin to stop working. Is there a fix for this?

While not a good solution, I did figure out this really weird behavior:

  1. Install captured runtime app (using an Inno installer).
  2. Test startatlogin toggle (doesn't work)
  3. Install empty AIR app as normal AIR installer with the exact same AppID
  4. Test startatlogin toggle in captured runtime app (it works!)
  5. Uninstall empty AIR app
  6. Test startatlogin toggle (broken again)

As long as there is an AIR app with a matching AppID, the startatlogin will work with captured runtimes. I can use this in some cases to fix this, but it is a poor solution when it should just freaking work.

-Curt

Hi,

This is the expected behavior, startAtLogin is not supported over captive application. You might be getting an Error#2014, which is expected.

Thanks!

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Dec 15, 2016

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Hi,

This is the expected behavior, startAtLogin is not supported over captive application. You might be getting an Error#2014, which is expected.

Thanks!

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Is there any hope of sketchy web camera support being addressed then?

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