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    Renaming default SELECT_COMMAND label in a List displayable

    Hi everybody,

    The app I'm working on dynamically fills a List displayable with data obtained via REST.

    The List provides a default SELECT_COMMAND named "Select" (see attached image). Is it possible to rename this default SELECT_COMMAND to something more meaningful? I'd also like to rename the "View" command too.

    Many thanks


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    Re: Renaming default SELECT_COMMAND label in a List displayable

    I do know that the View command is added when there are more than 2 buttons that have been defined...
    Unfortunately I do not know if a standard component is that customizable, it might be but that could just as well be within the source code of those standard components...
    Maybe someone else has more experience in this ?
    Another option might be to use some 3rd party UI library like LWUIT and/or J2ME Polish ?
    Note: please don't send private questions to me, as I don't have time to provide private support. All such questions should be posted on public forums, where I and others can see and answer them.

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    Re: Renaming default SELECT_COMMAND label in a List displayable

    Thanks Tiger79. I discovered that one can set an arbitrary Command as the default command via the setSelectCommand() method. This works perfectly!

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