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    Full screen support for touch enabled MIDlet

    Greetings,

    Is it possible to run J2ME touch enabled MIDlet in for example 5800 or N97 devices so that MIDlet can use whole screen? I realized that in Symbian emulator half of the screen is used for game buttons and navigation key. Can I remove those somehow, and have full screen for MIDlet use?

    Regards FoL

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    Re: Full screen support for touch enabled MIDlet

    Hi,

    If I understood correctly, you should check out this article, which explains how to disable those buttons.

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    Re: Full screen support for touch enabled MIDlet

    Or you can change it via suite setting there is option whether you want to use game action keys or not.
    u can off it and your midlet comes in full screen
    Anshu Chauhan
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    Re: Full screen support for touch enabled MIDlet

    Quote Originally Posted by ansh.chauhan View Post
    Or you can change it via suite setting there is option whether you want to use game action keys or not.
    u can off it and your midlet comes in full screen
    Yes, but that's also mentioned in the article
    Last edited by bogdan.galiceanu; 2009-06-29 at 19:20. Reason: Typos

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    Re: Full screen support for touch enabled MIDlet

    Sorry i didn see that
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    Re: Full screen support for touch enabled MIDlet

    Hi, I'm getting started with J2me, and I have exactly this problem. After reading the article, I didn't manage to remove the navigation keys.
    It's written i can remove it from the "application manager setting", but I'm not sure what does it mean.
    If someone could help me about this matter I would really appreciate it.

    Best Regards

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    Re: Full screen support for touch enabled MIDlet

    Quote Originally Posted by manuelpibe View Post
    Hi, I'm getting started with J2me, and I have exactly this problem. After reading the article, I didn't manage to remove the navigation keys.
    It's written i can remove it from the "application manager setting", but I'm not sure what does it mean.
    If someone could help me about this matter I would really appreciate it.

    Best Regards
    Which device you are using?
    Regards,
    Snehal

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