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Hi guys,
I am trying to run my existing LWUIT-J2ME app in blackberry. I am able to run the app fine in bb, but the menu is invoked only if i use the'p' key(for rightmost menu) and 'q' key (for leftmost menu). I have not handled the 'p' and 'q' keys. What i want is my menu should be displayed as one option "menu" which can be invoked by the default menu key on bb devices.

Currently when i press the default "menu" key, the menu with the "close" option appears.

Any help would be appreciated.
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