Problem: In the iPad, when throwing fireworks sometimes the game is stopped and the iPad App Switcher screen is brought up
Explanation: iOS 11 introduced "Gestures" which can be used to call system features in the iPhone and iPad from inside any application. Amongst these gestures is a four/five finger swipe up which calls up the App Switcher. This iOS functionality can interfere with Free Play and Recording of shows in Fireworks Maestro for iPad since the multiple-finger movement of throwing 4 or more fireworks rockets at once might be intercepted by iOS and interpreted as this "iOS Gesture".
Currently it is not possible for our application to tell the iPad operating system that this movement should not be intercepted.
How to solve: Fireworks Maestro will try to detect this kind of situation and, when the user returns to the game, display a help screen with instructions on how to disable the Gestures in the iOS Settings. However, if you have not seen this screen, you can solve this problem as follows:
Note that this will disable only these iOS 11 "Gestures" and do so for all applications.
Question: How do I share a show on the Internet?
Answer: This can be done as follows:
Please note that in the Free version of Fireworks Maestro this functionality is locked and thus not available.
Question: How can I see a show shared on the Internet?
Answer: First you must get the ticket number for that show from the person who shared the show. Then you should:
Question: Can I have more than one show shared on the Internet at the same time?
Answer: Each installation of the Fireworks Maestro Game gets assigned a single Remote Show slot which can contain ONE show only, for others to download. If you upload a new show for sharing it replaces any show that was previously shared there.
So you can only have ONE show shared at a time for each active installation of the Game. However, if you have more than one iPad, each with the application installed, each copy of the Game will count as a different active installation and each will have its own, separate Remote Show slot with a different number, each capable of holding ONE shared show.
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