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    Angry Nose in carbide C++ V1.1 with UI designer

    S60 3.rd
    Example: CEikListBox with do not provide source code by the UI designer a problem. After the deletion the source codes are not any longer settled. And everything must be changed in the source code. That must in: -x.l0X x.cpp x.h x.rssi take place. Not which I wanted. So some UI designers have the problem. UNFORTUNATELY!
    There is another solution than this to make for it by hand.
    Sorry !
    The problem stands here wrongly, please after C++ shifts

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    Re: Nose in carbide C++ V1.1 with UI designer

    Hi, I'm sorry but I didn't understand the description of the problem. It sounds like you're saying that you had a listbox, then deleted it, and then there was a problem with the source code?

    Dan Podwall
    Nokia

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    Re: Nose in carbide C++ V1.1 with UI designer

    my problem is also my bad English. Sorry.
    After removing a graphic component not also the complete source code is deleted in addition.
    Also no changes were automatically made within to provide source code. Program remainders remain in indicated the files!

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    Re: Nose in carbide C++ V1.1 with UI designer

    When you delete a listbox all code associated with the listbox should be removed when you save.

    There are some components that can leave some code behind, but that code will compile and run ok, and can be deleted if desired. This is in cases where the designer doesn't "own" the code, meaning the developer may modify it. We don't delete any developer-modifiable code. But this doesn't apply to listbox.

    If you are able to send me the project I can take a look at it, or you could send it to our tech support people. Otherwise I really can't say what's going on. The easiest way to package up a project for sending is to right-click it, choose Export..., then choose Archive file. That packages up a zip file of the project. My email is dan.podwall [at] nokia.com.

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