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    Question Launching applications that is not running in the background

    Hi,
    I'm able to bring the background applications to foreground using appswitch module for s60 3rd edition .Is there any way to launch the applications that is not running in the background.Is there any module for that?please help me out in this.

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    Re: Launching applications that is not running in the background

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesupauline View Post
    Hi,
    I'm able to bring the background applications to foreground using appswitch module for s60 3rd edition .Is there any way to launch the applications that is not running in the background.Is there any module for that?please help me out in this.
    Hi jesupauline,

    So you want to launch anothe application from the script.

    Here
    is a post with an example that may help you.

    Best Regards
    Croozeus
    Pankaj Nathani
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    Question Re: Launching applications that is not running in the background

    Hi croozeus,
    Now i'm able to open the contacts application using that script.Thanx.However now after going inside the contacts i should directly go to the addcontact without using keypress.simulate_key(EKeyUpArrow,EKeyUpArrow).For example:If i'm inside contacts i should directly go to addnewcontact without moving the arrows.Can u plz help us if u have any idea.

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    Question Another Query

    Hi croozeus,
    Now i'm able to open the contacts application using that script.Thanx.However now after going inside the contacts i should directly go to the addcontact without using keypress.simulate_key(EKeyUpArrow,EKeyUpArrow).For example:If i'm inside contacts i should directly go to addnewcontact without moving the arrows.Can u plz help us if u have any idea.

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    Re: Another Query

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesupauline View Post
    Hi croozeus,
    Now i'm able to open the contacts application using that script.Thanx.However now after going inside the contacts i should directly go to the addcontact without using keypress.simulate_key(EKeyUpArrow,EKeyUpArrow).For example:If i'm inside contacts i should directly go to addnewcontact without moving the arrows.Can u plz help us if u have any idea.
    Hi Jesupauline,

    IMHO, I donot think it is possible to do so without stimulating the keys. You could however add a contact without even opening the contacts, but I guess that is not what you require.

    One more thing, You have posted regarding this multiple times (4 times to be specific) Please be patient someone on the forum will definitely reply to your query even if you post it once So please do not make multiple posts and threads regarding same topic.

    @Moderator: Please have the following threads deleted as they contain multiple posted content.
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=129119
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...d.php?t=129115

    Best Regards
    Croozeus
    Pankaj Nathani
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