if type(msg)="roPosterScreenEvent" then
if msg.isscreenclosed() then
Within the context of a roPosterScreen, left and right will raise an isListItemFocused() event and back will raise an isScreenClosed() event.
In terms of consistent interface and best practice, I'd recommend displaying a roSpringboardScreen when playing audio.
Many live audio channels have a springboard button that toggles between Play/Stop rather than Pause/Resume.
The springboard is not necessary with video unless you want to use it to display detailed information about the content to the user.
"RokuChris" wrote:when I was putting in the audio player,i made a note about the audioscreen missing.
The video itself plays in a roVideoScreen