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    Question how to create high-ui

    hi!all
    pys60 how to create high-ui ??

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    Re: how to create high-ui

    What did you have in mind? Please explain with as many details as possible.

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    Question Re: how to create high-ui

    how create textfield
    Similar this
    http://www.haoxiai.net/pic/2007919/2...9124210211.jpg

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    Re: how to create high-ui

    Well you have 3 options:
    1. Settle for a less complex text field like the ones shown here.
    2. Draw everything on a Canvas. That would mean extremely hard work since you would have to handle everything through your code.
    3. Use Qt instead of PyS60. Check out its examples on the Wiki, they're very similar to what that image shows.

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    Smile Re: how to create high-ui

    oh!thanks for you

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