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  1. #1
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    Positioning text from xml file to appear at top of page in j2me

    Hello,

    I am developing a bible application using kxml and j2me, i am able to parse the text, what i want to find out is how to make the verse being looked for show at the top of the display list e.g Psalm 23:7, the verse 7 should show at the top and not at the bottom.

    Any clues on how to do this, would really appreciate it.

    Thanks

    Tosin

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    Re: Positioning text from xml file to appear at top of page in j2me

    Hello,
    what type of user interface API are u working with!? LCDUI!? LWUIT!? Canvas?!

    []'s

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    Re: Positioning text from xml file to appear at top of page in j2me

    Hello,

    I was using LCDUI but I stumbled across LWUIT and I am trying to familarise my self with it.

    With LWUIT, can I focus on a particular label with coincides with the text being searched for? hope u understand what I mean

    Thanks

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    Re: Positioning text from xml file to appear at top of page in j2me

    Yes, you can do this in LWUIT.

    If you have of list of Labels, you can search and focus on any.

    thanks,
    ~Amitabh

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