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    Question Check what has been clicked in HTTPS/SSL Dialog

    Hi guys,

    is it possible to access the information of what has been clicked in the HTTPS/SSL dialog? I am making a request to a ssl-webservice which shows a dialog if the request should be made. If the user clicks on "no", the request fails and the user should get an information, that he has to click "yes".
    Do you know a solution?
    For now I would make the request and check, if it fails - if so, I would make an alert message and make another request and so on... But maybe there is a better/simplier solution for that problem?

    Thanks!

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    What is a https/ssl dialog? Do you open a new window? ==> window.open("https://somehttpsurl")
    If so, the opener reference could help you.
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    Here I got a screenshot for you:

    This message opens if you want to access a https url (in air as well as in any other browser).

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    I have no idea, if and how you can read the clicked button in this system window....
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