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03-20-2012 05:33 PM
I want to react to the text being typed in a TextInput, for example, the TextInput is a search box, and I refine the results of the search with each new letter typed.
The old qnx.ui.text.TextInput used to fire an Event.CHANGE event when text was modified, listening to this, I could detect new letters typed and relaunch the search.
Now with the new qnx.fuse.ui.text.TextInput from OS2, the TextInput doesn't fire an event anymore, so I had to stick with the old TextInput...
But then I wonder if there is another way I could listen to the text being typed, or if this is just a gap in the documentation of the fuse textInput and there is another event fired?
03-21-2012 07:49 AM
06-21-2012 04:41 PM
Also the KeyboardEvent.KEY_DOWN and KeyboardEvent.KEY_UP fire only on the return key. It works on the desktop but not on the device.
Has anybody an idea how to detect inputs on a fuse TextInput?
06-21-2012 05:48 PM
06-22-2012 06:11 AM
Hi jtegen, i am currently not using the BB10 SDK because its an older Playbook-App i am using PB 2.0 SDK to add predictive keyboard support. If its a bug i have no hope they will fix it, because i think RIM puts all manpower into BB10. I have decided only to listen to focus out event and remove the feature where i used it. It was anyway not very important.
Hopefully 3.0 will fix it.