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Is there a way to launch the television browser with an URL from a web hosting app?


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I am developing a web hosting app for the LG/TV WebOS.

I know that the web hosting app is basically running inside a browser engine (webkit?).

When the user is about to make the payment (I am using Paypal because I don't like PaymentWall), the app directs the user to the paypal confirmation page where there is no mean for the user to click on the CORFIRM PURCHASE button. I don't see the "mouse" cursor and there is no documentation I could find about the theme.

So, I was thinking if I could launch that payment page on the tv's browser.

That browser has a cursor that moves when I click the arrows.

Any way to do that? To launch an URL from the app into the television browser? or to make the cursor appear inside the app?

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