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mrmarkwang
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Registered: ‎08-26-2008
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How to set EditField focusable or non-focusable when running?

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I know i could set EditField focusable or non-focusable in its Constructor by setting the style.

 

But I want to set it focusable or non-focusable when running like setEditable(boolean editable). How could i do that?

 

I try to use new Constructor with focusable or non-focusable style . But it doesn't work.

 

It seems after the variable is added to the screen. It cannot be set focusable or -non-focusable again.

Message Edited by mrmarkwang on 09-06-2008 06:25 PM
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peter_strange
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Re: How to set EditField focusable or non-focusable when running?

Correct, for the standard Rim class, once set in the Constructor, it is fixed for life of the supplied EditField..

 

You have two choices:

1) Create a new EditField with the Style you want, and replace the incorrect one in the Manager with the correct one.

2) Override the isFocusable() method, like the following:

public class MyEditField extends EditField { private boolean _focusableFlag; public MyEditField(String label, String initial) { super(label, initial); } public boolean isFocusable() { return _focusableFlag; } public void setFocusable(boolean focusable) { _focusableFlag = focusable; } }

 

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