10-27-2012 10:27 AM
I am porting an application from iPhone to BlackBerry. BlackBerry apps tend not to look as polished as iPhone, but naturally, I would like to maintain as much polish as I can, without breaking any important UI conventions. Are there any UI components to make this??
10-27-2012 10:28 AM
i want to create a field that looks like this ....can any one tell me how this could be done which field could i use where in i can select values by using the trackball/wheel or in case of storm i could slide..., Any body have suggestion??
10-27-2012 10:30 AM
I am sticking all the fields in a HorizontalFieldManager, which I add to the dialog. Unfortunately, the first EditField consumes all the space on the first line. I have tried to override the getPreferredWidth() method of the EditField by creating my own class extending BasicEditField, but have had no success, any body have suggestion to fix this error??
10-27-2012 10:33 AM
Hi I'm a beginner in BlackBerry programming, I need to replace in my application the default menu (when you press the menu button) by a custom menu, horizontal. The best to describe is I want the same result as the WeatherEye application for BlackBerry, any suggestion will be appreciated
10-27-2012 07:46 PM - edited 10-28-2012 06:44 AM
You ask a load of questions, too many for anyone to answer at once, so most people won't want to start!
I would stick with one problem and try to resolve that on one Thread, and once you have that out of the way, then start a new Thread with a new problem. This has the advantage that you get more focus, and it also means that you can take the knowledge you find in one Thread forwards to the next question. I suspect that are lot of your questions are related, so by solving one you will change or in fact understand how to solve another problem without needing to post a question.
You also need to do a load of research to help you with your questions. Make sure you search the forum before you ask,as you will typically find your questions have been asked before. For example, your problem with Fields filling up HorizontalFieldManager is a favorite, it is all to do with the width that certain fields ask for. This question has been asked and answered many times on the forum. .
In terms of Ui components, you might like to start by looking at this:
to demonstrate the sort of thing it is possible to do.
I would also recommend:
Edit: This post was updated after reviewing the following post which explains the background a bit.
10-28-2012 12:11 AM
You ask a load of questions, too many. I would stick with one problem and try to resolve that on one Thread, then start a new Thread wit a new problem.
Peter, originally he did post a new thread for EACH subject. In the Curve support forums, and after reporting these 75+ threads, the moderator chose at their discretion to merge all of these posts in to one thread. I, too, think separate threads per topic would have been wise, but that was the mod's action.
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