Does anyone know of an app that can read a QR code and can access the device's unique ID (either phone number, mac address, or...).
On the other hand, I suppose I could use a cookie (that expires after 24 hours or something like that) to identify a device...
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With my project (Coco2d-x) open in Xcode and my (registered developer) Apple account as the [Team] the system does not recognise the iPhone (logged into iCloud with my registered developer account) when it is plugged into the usb.
If I switch my [Team] in Xcode to 'None' or use a non-developer registered AppleID as the [Team] the iPhone is recongised.
Please tell me what steps I need to take to allow Xcode to 'see' the phone when I am using my 'proper' developer AppleID?
When I want to select from a dropdown box on a desktop browser I can use the keyboard to type a letter to cut the searching short, e.g. press K and the list will jump to entries starting with K. Unfortunately this does not work on my BB (not sure about Android or iPhone) and I don't know if it is even possible on mobile to achieve a similar result.
BB just shows the dropdown box and forces me to scroll the entire list. I have already shortened the list but the number of entries can still be substantial (50 - 100 entries).
I have searched high and low to see if I can force a keyboard to pop up or jump to specific entries but came up empty.
Any help would be appreciated.
Provide a "filter" above the list that allows you to type a letter (e.g., K). As each letter is typed, the list will be refreshed with only those items that start with (or contain) the typed letter(s).
I did this very thing in an Android app that had a semi-large list of bullet calibers. As I typed a character, the list would only show those calibers starting with what I had typed (e.g., .30 would show calibers .30, .30-30, .300, .307, .308, .30-06, .30-378, .303).
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Thanks David. Not sure if that's what you're saying but I am not developing a mobile app but want to do it for a mobile website.
However, I will start looking for anything that will allow me to filter on a website. If you can suggest any places I should look I'd appreciate it.
Btw I do not use ASP or .net
David, great suggestion.
Found just what I was looking for here http://jsfiddle.net/x6cfF/4/
For those who want to filter long dropdown boxes with many entries, you may want to look into that. I now use it whenever I can.
Short and sweet and works like a charm. By default it only finds entries starting with what you type but it can be tweaked to find entries where the text appears anywhere in the entries.
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