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    How to apply swipe gestures on each cell of list

    I am using lwuit list while making app for s40. I want to use swipe gesture on each cell of list .
    I am able to perform swipe gestures on form but now my requirement is to perform it on list cell.
    My list cells have already got list events that will open details of particular list cell being selected .

    i want to delete elements of list on swipe gestures(i.e i want swipe gestures as well list click event on each cell).

    How to do this?
    Last edited by Manpreet_Singh; 2013-08-17 at 13:02.

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    Re: How to apply swipe gestures on each cell of list

    If your form already handles gestures, you should only need to identify the list item on which the gesture was performed, for which you can probably use the form's getComponentAt method with the gesture coordinates.

    I'm not clear on whether you are asking for help on detecting/handling the gestures on the list, or on how to delete list items when the gesture has been detected.
    -CarlosDL

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    Re: How to apply swipe gestures on each cell of list

    Thanks cadlg

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