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Defining customized buttons using Symbian C++

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Platform(s): S60 1st Edition
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Created: User:Technical writer 2 (05 May 2003)
Last edited: lpvalente (07 May 2014)

Overview

Defining customized buttons for queries

Description

Customized buttons can be defined in resource files. For example:
RESOURCE CBA r_my_softkey
    {
    buttons =
        {
        CBA_BUTTON
            {
            id = EAknSoftkeyMaybe;
            txt = "Maybe"; // Texts can be defined in .loc file(s)
                           // to support language localization
            },
        CBA_BUTTON
            {
            id = EAknSoftkeyWhy;
            txt = "Why?";
            }
        };
    }
Customized softkeys are not translated to the device's current language automatically by the framework, but they can be used instead of the built-in buttons anywhere. In case of a Query dialog:
RESOURCE DIALOG r_myconfirmation_query
    {
    flags = EGeneralQueryFlags;
    buttons = r_my_softkey; // note that own softkey is
                            // used as lowercase
    items =
        {
        DLG_LINE
            {
            type = EAknCtQuery;
            id = EGeneralQuery;
            control = AVKON_CONFIRMATION_QUERY;
            },
        ...
        }
The Query dialog behaves like any other dialogs and handles the softkeys with the OkToExitL() method:
// class CMyAknQueryDialog: public CAknQueryDialog, ...
#include <eikenv.h>
TBool CMyAknQueryDialog::OkToExitL(TInt aButtonId)
    {
    if (aButtonId == EAknSoftkeyMaybe)
        // Handle "Maybe" key press
    else if (aButtonId == EAknSoftkeyWhy)
        // Handle "Why" key press
    return ETrue;
    }
Code for launching the query dialog remains the same.

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