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    Question Is it possible that ImageLabel will be LAYOUT_LEFT and the Image will be LAYOUT_RIGHT

    Hi Everyone, I have developed a midlet, in which I am using an ImageItem.

    I want to modify the LAYOUT of the ImageItem, in such a way that, the ImageLabel will be LAYOUT_LEFT and the Image will be LAYOUT_RIGHT.

    Both should display in a single line, but if the Label is too long, then Image should display on next line with LAYOUT_RIGHT.

    Is there any way to do it? Best Regards.

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    Re: Is it possible that ImageLabel will be LAYOUT_LEFT and the Image will be LAYOUT_R

    Well you can do this kind of tasks in the LWUIT or J2ME Polish,
    Please refer this link,

    Layout In LWUIT.
    Thanks with Regards,

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    Re: Is it possible that ImageLabel will be LAYOUT_LEFT and the Image will be LAYOUT_R

    Thanks Raj for the response and the link. LWUIT is more advanced technology, which I have not used in my midlet. About J2ME Polish, is it a MIDP 2.0 and CLDC 1.1 compatible? I mean, If I use J2ME Polish instead of sun's lcdui, will it be able to work on all MIDP and CLDC phones? Is J2ME Polish developed on sun's lcdui?
    Thanks and Best Regards.

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    Re: Is it possible that ImageLabel will be LAYOUT_LEFT and the Image will be LAYOUT_R

    Well, Yeah both are supported but the all devices as per the MIDP and CLDC version that are share by you,
    Thanks with Regards,

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