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dunae
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Hi.
When the form has a scroll I can't push the button of the form in dispositive tactil, only I can push with the buttons of the dispositive. Is this normal?

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Shai Almog

Hi Dunae,
can you please explain the issue you are having more clearly?

Are you referring to touch screen interface with the scrolling? In
touch screens we currently only support gestures.

Scrolling today relies on either a scrollable component (e.g. list
textbox etc) providing its own scrolling support or a Container which
allows us to traverse focus for scrolling.

Thanks,
Shai.

> Hi.
> When the form has a scroll I can't push the button of the form in
> dispositive tactil, only I can push with the buttons of the
> dispositive. Is this normal?
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dunae
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The events' buttons don't work in tactil dispositives when the forms have got scroll. I can select the button, but only works through soft button, and with the pointer-pda doesn't work.
Sorry if i can´t explain myself better but I don´t know enough english.

Regards

Shai Almog

Hi Dunae,
I apologize but I still don't understand the specific problem you are
having. If you can produce some code and try to illustrate the
behavior you want that might help.

Thanks,
Shai.

> The events' buttons don't work in tactil dispositives when the
> forms have got scroll. I can select the button, but only works
> through soft button, and with the pointer-pda doesn't work.
> Sorry if i can´t explain myself better but I don´t know enough
> english.
>
> Regards
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Matteo Mazzotti

Hi guys,
Sorry for a trivial question: I'm want to show some long text in a Dialog
body, so I thought to make use of a TextArea (other suggestions are
welcome).
How can I have the text inside the textArea to wrap automatically?

Thanks
matteo

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chen

Hi Matteo,
The TextArea wraps the text automatically for you, just make sure it is
setted to not editable and when you construct the TextArea set the rows
to more then 1 (if the row is setted to 1 it will behave like textfield).

Regards,
Chen

Matteo Mazzotti wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Sorry for a trivial question: I'm want to show some long text in a Dialog
> body, so I thought to make use of a TextArea (other suggestions are
> welcome).
> How can I have the text inside the textArea to wrap automatically?
>
> Thanks
> matteo
>
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Matteo Mazzotti

OK, thanks. You should document it in the javadocs under setRows method
maybe,
Now, how to insert line feed/carriage return?
I tried with "my first line.\r\n My second line" but nothing happened...

Thanks again,
matteo

> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Chen.Fishbein@Sun.COM [mailto:Chen.Fishbein@Sun.COM]
> Inviato: martedì 10 giugno 2008 18.14
> A: users@lwuit.dev.java.net
> Oggetto: Re: textArea multiple lines
>
> Hi Matteo,
> The TextArea wraps the text automatically for you, just make
> sure it is setted to not editable and when you construct the
> TextArea set the rows to more then 1 (if the row is setted to
> 1 it will behave like textfield).
>
> Regards,
> Chen
>
> Matteo Mazzotti wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > Sorry for a trivial question: I'm want to show some long text in a
> > Dialog body, so I thought to make use of a TextArea (other
> suggestions
> > are welcome).
> > How can I have the text inside the textArea to wrap automatically?
> >
> > Thanks
> > matteo
> >
> >
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chen

Hi Matteo,
Seems like we have a bug here, I will investigate and probably will fix
for the next drop.

Thanks,
Chen

Matteo Mazzotti wrote:
> OK, thanks. You should document it in the javadocs under setRows method
> maybe,
> Now, how to insert line feed/carriage return?
> I tried with "my first line.\r\n My second line" but nothing happened...
>
> Thanks again,
> matteo
>
>
>> -----Messaggio originale-----
>> Da: Chen.Fishbein@Sun.COM [mailto:Chen.Fishbein@Sun.COM]
>> Inviato: martedì 10 giugno 2008 18.14
>> A: users@lwuit.dev.java.net
>> Oggetto: Re: textArea multiple lines
>>
>> Hi Matteo,
>> The TextArea wraps the text automatically for you, just make
>> sure it is setted to not editable and when you construct the
>> TextArea set the rows to more then 1 (if the row is setted to
>> 1 it will behave like textfield).
>>
>> Regards,
>> Chen
>>
>> Matteo Mazzotti wrote:
>>
>>> Hi guys,
>>> Sorry for a trivial question: I'm want to show some long text in a
>>> Dialog body, so I thought to make use of a TextArea (other
>>>
>> suggestions
>>
>>> are welcome).
>>> How can I have the text inside the textArea to wrap automatically?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> matteo
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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