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    how to switch input method

    hi,
    how can i switch input method in s60 C++ program.
    by simulating '#' key event?

    thanks

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    Re: how to switch input method

    Hi,

    You can handle # in offfer key eventL and in that case you can call your input function.
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    Re: how to switch input method

    Quote Originally Posted by kkrish View Post
    Hi,

    You can handle # in offfer key eventL and in that case you can call your input function.
    what i want to do is switching system input method. I want to know how can i inform system to do that. I want system change input method as if '#' is pressed.

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    Re: how to switch input method

    Quote Originally Posted by JackSu View Post
    what i want to do is switching system input method. I want to know how can i inform system to do that. I want system change input method as if '#' is pressed.
    Hi,
    What is switching system input method, you can create input dialog in your own program. might be this thread help you.
    Use [URL="http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-quick/"]Qt-Quick[/URL] to make your application UI more attractive.

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    Re: how to switch input method

    Quote Originally Posted by kkrish View Post
    Hi,
    What is switching system input method, you can create input dialog in your own program. might be this thread help you.
    when editing in input editor(such as CEikEdwin), system input method(T9) can be switched by press '#',right?

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    Re: how to switch input method

    Quote Originally Posted by JackSu View Post
    when editing in input editor(such as CEikEdwin), system input method(T9) can be switched by press '#',right?
    Hi,

    I think CEikEdwin::SetAknEditorInputMode will help you to solve this.

    Here is the link that will be helpful to you.
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