We are running an instagram feed on an android phone in one of our galleries.
The phone is not connected to the internet.
The gallery visitors can scroll through the photos on the account.
Yes, images with movement or panorama won't load completely while offline.
We can live with that.
Does anyone know if it is possible to lock out the "comment" and "send to"
buttons on instagram as a user, not a poster?
Right now, visitors are able to touch those points and launch the keyboard.
While the phone is disconnected from the network the comments won't go through,
but we get off the screen with images that we want to present.
To get back to the images requires accessing the "back" button that we've
physically made unavailable.
We can provide a "secret" capacitive path for the gallery attendants to use to
return the screen to what we want, but we'd prefer to make it impossible for
users to get off the image feed at all.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum
71 Hamilton Street
New Brunswick NJ 08901
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