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  1. #1
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    Java Midlet with tab

    Hello,

    I have installed Java SDK S60 for Symbian OS 3rd Edition.
    I would like build a application with tab, but i don't find anything to make it.

    I would like make a menu where some element have subelement. But Command class don't allow it, but phone applications have this type of menu where some element have a arrow to access the subelement.

    This is possible with java programming or I would use c++

    Thx.

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    Re: Java Midlet with tab

    In MIDP Form class there are no tools to generate tabbed views. You could use canvas class (low level API) and generate all the features yourself (quite a lot of work) or you could look for available toolkits like j2mepolish if they provide suitable framework for your app.

    Hartti

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    Re: Java Midlet with tab

    Can you tell me some toolkits for build gui?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Java Midlet with tab

    He just did, look up J2ME Polish

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