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    [moved] How to remove the dark shadow of the screen when a Dialog is shown

    i am working on S40 using sdk2.0 and lwuit 1.5.How to remove the dark shadow of the screen when a Dialog is shown?

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    Re: How to remove the dark shadow of the screen when a Dialog is shown

    There is no easy way to do that in LWUIT.

    If you really want to do that take a look here in a question that I've made in StackOverflow, some time ago

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...0-dimmed-forms

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    Re: How to remove the dark shadow of the screen when a Dialog is shown

    Javier,
    You answer is not correct to what he asked (in your stackoverflow question you wanted to have the shadow cover the entire screen, including the header and category bars)
    this is the exact opposite of what vikrant wants, he wants to not show the shadow at all while showing a dialog.

    This can be done by setting the "tintColor" constant to 0 in your theme using the resource editor (click on your theme, then constants tab and add this)
    the constant can also be set via code but i think it would be easier for you to do it via the resource editor.

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    Re: How to remove the dark shadow of the screen when a Dialog is shown

    thanks shai sir

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