Is it possible to use an upgraded version of Webkit?

by Don » Sun, 29 Nov 2009 04:21:05 GMT

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 Using Android 1.6, I find that in a certain case for a list displayed
using Webkit, some elements can indicate they have focus, but others
do not.  However, using Android 2.0, it works fine.  Is there a way of
distributing an upgraded version of Webkit with my app, so that it can
work correctly for devices that are running older versions of Android?



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