congrats yan :)
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congrats yan :)
ok i think for 501 you need a different jar ?? Dont you ??
yes for all my apps i use fullscreen mode and make my custom header bar thats a good approach on all LWUIT platforms !!
i think its the normal behavior, can you scroll down again !! when you scroll up the list is intended to stay where you have stopped !!
apart from what arunkam has mentioned i just wanted to say this is a developer discussion board , not a user one, so if you are a developer you may be interested to check on the ZXing site they have...
you can call setCommandListener on your component and in the callback based on the index you can query back the data from the data structure !!
i will just repeat my lines , platformRequest is not LWUIT or Canvas dependent, so its behavior is going to be same !!
So either you dont user platformRequest or if you use you have to see that...
i faced the same issue if you want to open a link in native browser using platformRequest then there is no way you can avoid that dialog. For me it was passing a streaming link to the browser to...
yes wizard is correct, i basically in two of my applications !! consider asha sdk 2.0 as my base and then i use only those components which i can use in common with the latest asha sdk 1.0 !!
Congrats Neil :)
This has happened with me too, may be somehow you have entered some wrong data which caused that, if data is not important just delete that store and make a new one !!
may be you should think of making an custome dialog all together or using a entire view itself instead of dialogs !!, i have seen these problems and the method you have mentioned will not work !!
I cant help much here but the first sanity question to ask or check is the firmware version, may be the firmware version is different and thats why you have so many discrepancies !!
this may be not correct but when the user suspends the app doesnt your midlets destroyApp method invoked ??
i dont understand your way of adding components in the listview.
You should create your labels inside your Renderer only and assign data in getListCellRendererComponent method !!
the quick answer would be :
1. Convert your pie chart into a LWUIT component.
2. Make a new form add the PieChart into the form.
3. call form.show() on your command.
Now how to do 1.
Just to add you can also use on device logging mechanism , that also helps a lot some time.
I use microlog for my applications !!
if l is your list object then i think you are doing wrong it should be like:
System.out.println("size of list for test::"+l.getModel().size());
Sorry but i am not getting any clue on what you want to do :(
But my guts says you want to add labels to your list when you click any list item , Is this correct ??
There are lots of discussion happened before on the same topic so i would recommend you to do a search.
The conclusion can be:
1. Lack of proper webkit component, restricts OAuth2 on LWUIT ....
if you want to add five labels in a single list cell item, it should be straight forward.
Make a container and set layout of your choice and add five labels to it !!
Hope this makes sense to...
As mentioned in last two post please try that. You just need to define two methods in your midlet and can navigate to each other !!
Yes as wizard has mentioned its not server based and you can invoke application with pushregistry but i am not aware of the limitations and implementation way check the wiki for more details !!
ok wild guess are you calling the show method on your form ??
Form f = new Form();
If you are not calling then the midlet is running blah blah message comes !!