I'm working on my first Boxee application. It's just a front-end to a web application I'm building, so I've made it an HTML5 app.
For the most part, it's working exactly as I'd like except I'm getting weird behavior from the bottom button on the boxee remote that should navigate backwards.
The app starts on a landing page, where the user can then select an item, which links to another page.
Within that second-level navigation, I'm dynamically changing out the contents of a div multiple times using something like jQuery('#mydiv').html('<my media content>').
Strange thing is, on the first item, the back button behaves as expected - it returns to the landing page. However, on subsequent items, the back button does not return to the landing page until pressed a number of times equal to the number of items that have been played (number of times the div has been replaced with new content in the DOM).
I could see how this might be desired behavior if you were using ajax for navigation, but since I'm not is there a way to turn it off? Or is there an event that is called when the button is pushed in browser mode that I can intercept and override the behavior?
Also will be looking for alpha testers soon - PM me if interested. Without giving up too many details, it's essentially "Watch Later" on steroids.
Thank in advance for any advice...