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      Code of Conduct - Rules you should read   02/25/2017

      In General
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    • ChriSKate

      Think you tried everything?! - Check out the Overwolf knowledge-base!   02/25/2017

      Dear gamers, how about some DIY? -   http://support.overwolf.com/ The knowledge-base for all your Overwolf related troubleshooting, faq, bugs, known issues and much more!
      Just start typing anything related to your issue (for example, 'fps' or 'heartharena') and discover new ways to work things out.

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  1. Screen overlay is generally defined as a “Draw on Top” feature of the OS when it comes to the android platform. More specifically, it enables the device to execute user permissions access windows to the mobile user in cases where any given mobile app needs exclusive access to other functions or features of the device to run effectively. Facebook Messenger and LastPass are two of the most common examples where users often get such user access permission windows appear in the result of trigger any special function or feature. A team of android app developers Florida based experts explained that although it has been considered as one of the essential components of the android OS where users are actually notified and asked to provide the required access grants to any app or not. Experts also added that there are still a number of security and privacy weakness that you can expect if appropriate and compatible API levels are not used during the development of any given app.
  2. As a developer, I want to streamline the app creation process and am considering writing an Overwolf App Development integration to a popular IDE. And since there are many widely-used IDEs for web app development, I decided to find out what you guys use the most, to narrow down my options. (the final decision will be made noting the IDE's own exstensibility options). your cooperation is greatly appreciated
  3. As I am running an online store, I want to build an mobile application for the same. I need some of strategies for developing the app from scratch.
  4. Hello everyone, I'm developing an app using the Overwolf API, with RoboCraft. I would like to get certain data from the game (username, etc.), but I am having trouble getting the API working. When I launch my app, and go into the console (in dev tools), I have tried typing overwolf.games(). It comes back with an object. In the documentation, Robocraft is a sub-section of overwolf.games(), so I tried typing overwolf.games.Robocraft(). The console, this time, comes back with "undefined". I have also tried overwolf.games.events.Robocraft(), that gives me the same thing. I would like my app to use (for one), playerData(), but how do I do this? I'm new to Overwolf, so I'm probably overlooking something! Thanks, Barney