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I am using quite nice timer for measuring my Rubik's Cube solve time: http://mzrg.com/qqtimer/ I want to use it too on my Samsung Galaxy Ace 2, when I don't have access to computer. Problem is, that site wants you to press space to start and stop timer. Is there possibility to emulate pressing space in Android browser? If this needs to install some specific browser that's fine.

PS. I know there are some Cube timers in market, but I can't find one with all handy statistics that this site has.

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Well, you could...press the space bar? There is one on the keyboard. If the keyboard is "invisible", it might help to long-press the menu button to bring it up (doesn't always work, but is always worth a try). –  Izzy Feb 12 '13 at 10:13
    
Long pressing menu button brings up virtual keyboard, but also "leaves" site and starts entering new site address. So it is not a solution to a problem. –  Michał Herman Feb 12 '13 at 10:39
    
Oh -- I wasn't aware of that (never used that feature with the web browser). OK, was worth a try though. So except for an external keyboard, I'm out of ideas then... (or maybe Tasker could be used to insert a keystroke? Tasker can do such things, according to its manual, but I never tried). –  Izzy Feb 12 '13 at 10:44
    
This is just html with javascript. Copy it to another site and modify the code (put a button in it). –  ott-- Feb 12 '13 at 13:15
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You can also use the greasemonkey plugin (in firefox) and simply add it online. The site owner will not be aware of it. –  ott-- Feb 12 '13 at 13:33

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