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  1. #1
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    How to make a j2me List choice unselectable

    Hi friends,
    Could you please let me know, how can we make a particular feild of the list unselectable ? I mean ,when the user scrolls the list, this particular item appear unselectable and scroll passes over it directly.


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    Vinay

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    Re: How to make a j2me List choice unselectable

    You cannot. The only point of list items is to be selected.

    Graham.

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    Re: How to make a j2me List choice unselectable

    Thanks Graham,
    So ,is there any other way to achieve this type of UI, I want to show user some fields with icon on there left side(say i want to show him some report type of stuff ),earlier i used FORM for it but the icon and text was not aligned on the same level,it was not looking good,So i switched to LIST(as the image Icons and field names were aligning properly using list) and using setSelectCommand(null) i have deleted the select option from the UI , now the user wont be able to select any field , but it is not giving a report type of UI as we can scroll over the fields .

    Thanks.

    Vinay

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    Re: How to make a j2me List choice unselectable

    You should consider creating your own Canvas subclass to present information in the way you want.

    Graham.

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