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  1. #1
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    Two-line setting & Multi-selection list setting items

    Hello,

    In Nokia Series 60 UI Style Guide (v4.0) and previous UI design documents (e.g., Developers Guide to Series 60 UI Category) you mentioned two setting list items:

    <quote>

    (page 49)

    Two-line setting item

    Figure 6.35: Main text (ABC)
    Usage:
    - Setting lists.
    Used for setting-list items with no value text,
    typically a submenu item leading to another list of
    settings.

    ...

    (page 39)

    Multi-selection list setting
    Multi-selection list setting allows the user to choose several simultaneous values from a predefined list. The setting editor displays the available values as a multi-selection list. The setting item displays the number of selected items versus all items in the value field, for example: 3/8.

    </quote>

    They look like very interesting items and used a lot in build-in 7650 settings, but there nothing about them in Series 60 SDK for Symbian OS (either in API reference, or code samples). Could you please elaborate (with code fragments, if possible) on the usage of these setting list items?

    Thank you,

    Alexander Zavorine

  2. #2
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    Re: Two-line setting & Multi-selection list setting items

    there is implementation of Multi-selection list setting item in S60 Platform: Settings Screen Example v2.0
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.n..._0_en.zip.html

  3. #3
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    Re: Two-line setting & Multi-selection list setting items

    Although you are right, it is not sure that S60 Platform: Settings Screen Example v2.0 really existed in 2002.

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