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    Fast Tapping in 5800 -> user 130

    Hi, i'm recently added function HandlePointerEventL for my application, so it can run in 5800 (touch screen device).
    But when i' tapping (fast) then the application panic, user 130 happen.


    Please help me to solve this problem.
    Thx a lot.

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    Re: Fast Tapping in 5800 -> user 130

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    Ram
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    Re: Fast Tapping in 5800 -> user 130

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaz32 View Post
    Hi, i'm recently added function HandlePointerEventL for my application, so it can run in 5800 (touch screen device).
    But when i' tapping (fast) then the application panic, user 130 happen.


    Please help me to solve this problem.
    Thx a lot.
    You get USER 130 if an Index is negative or is greater than the number of objects currently in the array. Check the values if you are using any arrays.

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    Re: Fast Tapping in 5800 -> user 130

    Quote Originally Posted by kamalakshan View Post
    You get USER 130 if an Index is negative or is greater than the number of objects currently in the array. Check the values if you are using any arrays.

    ok i'm checking the array now.
    thx

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