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Old 01-26-2008, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How do you HIGHLIGHT a menu item?

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How do you simply HIGHLIGHT whatever menu item you want
from within your own BB application?

The RIM Class MenuItem documentation Field summary shows
static int flags like 'SELECT' and 'CANCEL_SELECT' but the
Method summary for the class doesn't give you a clue what,
if anything, you can do with these commands.

The 'Menu' class ( Parent class for MenuItem? ) has the
obvious setDefault() and setItemHighlight() methods but
how do you just simply 'call' these parent Class 'Menu'
methods from within your own application?

Would it be some kind of 'super.setDefault()' call from
within the constructor of your own 'MenuItem'?

All I want to do is the same thing I see native RIM apps doing.

If I have added screen jump menu items to my own application
menu that lets the user go from screen to screen within the (same)
application then whatever screen the person is currently on...
when they press the MENU button again the last menu item
chosen should stay HIGHLIGHTED until they pick another menu
item and jump to another screen.

This ought to be simple. What am I missing here?
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