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Archived:Command label is always "Exit" if Command.EXIT type is used on S60 2nd Edition early firmware (Known Issue)

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==Command label is always "Exit" if Command.EXIT type is used          KIJ000087==
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==Description==
 
If the Command.EXIT type is used, the Command label is always "Exit", regardless of the label set in the Command constructor.
 
If the Command.EXIT type is used, the Command label is always "Exit", regardless of the label set in the Command constructor.
  
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==Solution==
 
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Command type Command.CANCEL is mapped to the right softkey, like Command.EXIT type. It can be used instead.
 
Command type Command.CANCEL is mapped to the right softkey, like Command.EXIT type. It can be used instead.
  

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Devices(s): Nokia 6600
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Platform(s): S60 2nd Edition
S60 2nd Edition (initial release)
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Last edited: extkbeditor2 (13 Oct 2008)

Description

If the Command.EXIT type is used, the Command label is always "Exit", regardless of the label set in the Command constructor.

Solution

Command type Command.CANCEL is mapped to the right softkey, like Command.EXIT type. It can be used instead.

This issue has been corrected in software version 4.09.1.

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