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I don't think the file size or width matters, as it works when I use values that are multiples of 4.
Also with the 6288 it did not work AT ALL and I had to use another method.
Yes, I can tell you. None of the sizes mentioned anywhere on this forum work on an N73.
I have tried all sizes using PNG8 and PNG24 and NONE of them look right, they ALL look crap.
Not a sniff...
And I have just tried all these sizes mention for the N73, including the ones in the Nokia PDF doc.
NONE of them work, they all scale and come out looking total rubbish on the phone.
Hmmm, I don't think that is the problem at all. Most phones will at least be 16bit colour, which gives a large colour range, one you would hardly notice on an LCD screen.
Do SVG icons work for Java apps?
Can anyone tell me the exact icon size for icons on a Nokia with a 240x320 screen, 176x208 screen and 128x128 screen.
It doesn't seem to matter what I try, they always seem to get scaled in some...
On S60 phones I've noticed quite a few Java apps react almost instantly when you open them (i.e clearing the screen to black or whatever). Mine takes a good few seconds for the screen to clear and...
Thanks, I'll give that a try. To be honest it isn't a million miles from what I had...
I'll start taking another look at it.
Is there anywhere that has a clear example of how this works?
No matter what I try I can't seem to get a Midlet to be activated.
I just need to know the exact text that needs to go into the JAD...
so did anyone get this working? I just need to launch a midlet from another midlet, I do not need to pass data between them, nor do I mind if the first midlet exits or finishes
Does anyone know any way whatsoever of being able to launch a midlet from within a midlet?
Was there any more on this?
I'd like some way to be able to run a Java app from another midlet, and this looked kind of promising (even if you do have to access a WAP page).
I did a quick test...
Phone date is fine (today's date).
I created what I thought was a certificate, but then the application wouldn't compile!
When a create the basic HelloCarbide application in Carbide.C++ it appears to work fine in the emulator, however, when I generate the SIS file and try to install this on the phone, the phone says......
Where is the express version? I can only find Developer and Pro.
Thanks, giving Carbide.c++ a go now...
OK, I am a very experience J2ME, C/C++, C# etc, etc developer and I am installing Symbian for the first time on my desktop.
I followed the instructions exactly, but when I went to build the test...
I keep getting a error with a certificate when I try to install it on a handset.
How did you get AppForge to generate the SIS, I can't get it to do this at all, or even to download an app to a real phone, it keeps saying there is an error.
So if it is MIDP2 only I can use 8bit PCM and that will be OK?
If I am witting and app that is MIDP2 only, is there a common sound format (however minimal), that I know will work on all devices? Or worse case the vast majority of devices?
Yeah, it is rubbish. You'll find on some phones you'll get a G in the top left without even touching the internet. For instance the 6288 I just tried my app on. I am not even doing anything internet...
Write your own text printing function, and use your own font. You'll find it faster than using the normal font plotter, it looks prettier, and you'll have more control over what you want.