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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Set command in middle of cell phone

    normally when i add commands in a j2me application then by default the commands are set in left side and right side of cell phone screen area, but not in middle, so i want to show a command button into middle, like >>

    //default like in cellphone

    Back Exit

    //i want this

    Back Select Exit

    How can it be possible ??

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    Re: Set command in middle of cell phone

    Phones behave differently in this regard - this is left to the high-level UI implementation... and if the implementation does not utilize the middle soft key (selection key) there is really nothing you can do for this when using the high-level UI

    S60 3rd Edition FP2 phones support the middle-button, but not the earlier Java implementations
    On Series 40 side the middle button is used regularly for command placement

    Hartti

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    Re: Set command in middle of cell phone

    Hi ,

    If you want to this You need to use low level UI (Canvas , Graphics , Font etc..). In that you have to handle the add Command , key pressed , Command drawing etc.

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