java.lang.RuntimeException: cannot find a ZPTipLayer width id: us.zoom.androidlib.R.id.tipLayer when running our build with dexguard

Hi @richard.shea, thanks for trying that out.

In order to get this resolved as quickly as possible, we’re going to investigate two possible solutions for you:

  • Adding the ability to navigate within your app after minimizing the meeting (likely requires a feature request)
  • Fixing the crash you originally identified (note that we still have not been able to reproduce this on our end so it may take a while to get this right)

Once we have any updates on either of these approaches, I will let you know.

Thanks!

Hi @jon.lieblich,

Thank you so much for your quick updates.

  • Adding the ability to navigate within your app after minimizing the meeting (likely requires a feature request)
  • We are looking forward to seeing this feature in the next SDK which will benefit lots of our members to be guided by our clinicians and know how to use our app.
  • Fixing the crash you originally identified (note that we still have not been able to reproduce this on our end so it may take a while to get this right)
  • During the time I debugged the sample app, I found that the root cause of throwing exception on adding null child in the videoListLayout when returning the meeting and trying to set the visibility of videoListLayout. It is because onAttachedToWindow() in the VideoListLayout.java does not get called and this leads to init() not get called neither. videoList will be null when it tries to set the visibility when returning the meeting. I changed the following function to make it not crashed.

    // In VideoListLayout.java
    @Override
    public void setVisibility(int visibility) {
    super.setVisibility(visibility);
    if (visibility == VISIBLE) {
    if (videoList != null && indexOfChild(videoList) < 0) {
    addView(videoList);
    updateArrow();
    }
    //updateArrow();
    } else {
    removeView(videoList);
    }
    }

And now it is working when it returns to the meeting from minimization window. I don’t know if this change has a big impact to your all samples. This is just for your reference. BTW, I need to mentioned that which button I used to test the sample code - “Join Meeting” button in InitAuthSDKActivity. I just injected the SDK_JWT, meeting Id and password to join the meeting and then it entered the meeting in the MyMeetingActivity. I will send the video to you.

Thanks!
Richard

Hi @richard.shea,

I’m glad to hear you were able to identify a workaround for the crash! The change you’ve made may impact one view’s rotation, but shouldn’t have any implications on the overall functionality. That being said, please do let me know if you notice any unexpected functional differences after making this change.

We are still investigating to possibility of adding the ability to navigate within your app after enabling this in the default UI and will let you know if there any updates on that end.

Thanks!

Hi @jon.lieblich

Thanks for your response. Sure! Will let you know if I see any unexpected behavior after my change, I will be looking forward to the solution of adding the ability to navigate within our app after enabling MinimizeMeeting in the default UI.

Hope you have a wonderful year in 2021!! :tada:

Best
Richard

Hi @richard.shea,

I will keep an eye out for any updates.

Happy new year to you too!

Thanks!

Hi @jon.lieblich,

Is there any way I can hide the “start/stop video” and “switch video” icons when join the meeting? I use meetingSettingsHelper.enableForceAutoStopMyVideoWhenJoinMeeting(true), but that just disable the start-video function. I wan the meeting just only with audio communication. I tried to do meetingOptions.no_video = true which does not hide the video. Do you have any recommendation?

Thanks
Richard

Hey @richard.shea,

Both of these views can be hidden using the MeetingViewOptions:

StartMeetingOptions opts = new StartMeetingOptions();
...
opts.meeting_views_options = MeetingViewsOptions. NO_BUTTON_SWITCH_CAMERA + MeetingViewsOptions.NO_BUTTON_VIDEO;
...

Thanks!
Michael

Hi @Michael_Condon

Thanks for your quick response. It works on my end.

Best
Richard

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Hey @richard.shea,

Awesome! I am super happy to hear.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Thanks!
Michael

Hi @Michael_Condon and @jon.lieblich

Hope you have a great start of 2021! :slightly_smiling_face:

Just want to know if it is possible that you can have the solution of adding the ability to navigate within our app after enabling MinimizeMeeting in the default UI by the end of this month. We really need this feature to get our members to be able to navigate our app easily while they are in our zoom session. If you have the beta version, that would be great!

Thanks
Richard

Hey @richard.shea,

I hope you also had a good start to the year! :fireworks:

Unfortunately, our engineers are very low on bandwidth right now and can only implement what they can. We also do not have the power to prioritize this issue over others. I understand how this is inconvenient and I apologize that you have waited this long. I will ping the engineers again about this and we will let you know what they say.

Thanks!
Michael