Thank you for your reply. In your original message you mentioned that
when I tick outside an interactive region, the client shirks and shows the menu bars in the footer and top. I think that this behavior looks weird and it is an issue for improvement. By setting the action bar to hide, you will no longer see the action bar menu when you click on the screen. If you need to access that bar, you can re-enable it in the profile settings.
Alternatively, you can connect a keyboard to your device and click the
i key to access the status page. Please also note that you can request the status log information remotely via your CMS. More details on how to do that are in this link.
The navigation bar at the bottom of the screen, with the back, home and recent apps buttons, is part of the Android OS so cannot be controlled using Xibo. Some Android devices allow you to hide the navigation bar by going to the
System settings, then locate the
Display menu. Is there an option there named
Navigation bar? If yes, you can configure how the button will appear at the bottom of the screen, possibly even hide them completely. This is device dependant so I hope your Samsung Tab A has this option available.
Run Intent option is a feature in Xibo for Android, which can be used to configure an intent action/command to run when clicking on the screen. An example of an Intent command would be creating an intent that would cause another app to open on the device if the screen is clicked. Here is a link to the documentation if you would like to know more. The information is under the