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06-04-2011 04:22 AM
i have 2query on bitmap field.
1) show i give some event on bitmap filed??
2) suppose i drown some image and color on api than i want to put my edittext and button on that image it is possible??
i drown my image in paint method than i put horizontal and vertical filed manager. how should i do that??
thanks and regards,
06-04-2011 08:50 AM
1. Yes, there are plenty of examples on this forum of a BitmapField being used as a button for example.
2. It is easy to use an image as a background. It is also easy to use the Bitmap as a canvas, and paint text and images onto it. However your question is not clear to me. Rather than telling us how you are planning to do it, can you clarify what you are trying to do. Perhaps we can suggest other approaches that might be easier.
06-05-2011 11:20 AM
Extend VerticalFieldManager and paint your image as background to that. Then add you other Fields to this Manager. That will get you started. It is not the complete solution but is enough for your next step.