I am trying to get f-in-box to work by using the FlashTexture example, which I have extended to support mouse events.
I see that when I pass the MouseMove event into the control, the control does show the hover state. However, it then immediately loses the hover state. I believe this is because the hidden flash window loses focus and the parent window regains focus.
Is there a way to keep the hidden window in focus so that hover states are preserved?
I am also getting inconsistent results with passing mouse up / mouse down events. Sometimes it seems to click a button and other times it does not. Any suggestions? I am using the sample code from another forum to send a mouse move event first, and then the mouse up / down events. It probably also has to do with focus being lost / regained.
I do not have any of these issues when I run the example app with our flash control that displays the flash app in a window that is always visible.