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Old 01-09-2008, 06:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi

in my application i want to add a label which will have the click event. i tried to make the customButtonField, but in that the button looks still comes. What i want is a label which when clicked performs some functions. Is it possible?
Does anybody have any idea.

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Old 01-09-2008, 06:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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make your labelfield focusable and handle the click event as ever, with a changelistener or a navigationevent for example.

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Thanks for replying quickly...

I tried it but when i click the label nothing happens. I am using changeListener to handle the event.

Should it work the same as we have in the button click event?

thanks again.
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Old 01-10-2008, 12:29 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Create another CustomLabelField class by extending Labelfield and override trackwheelClick(int status,int time) function. Check this...

public final class CustomLabelField extends LabelField{
public KeyListener m_cKeyListener;
public interface KeyListener{
public abstract void PerformAction(CustomLabelField pCustomLabelField );
}
public void SetKeyListener(KeyListener pKeyListener){
m_cKeyListener = pKeyListener;
}
public boolean trackwheelClick(int status,int time){
boolean lRetVal = false;
if(null !=m_cKeyListener ){
m_cKeyListener.PerformAction(this);
lRetVal = true;
}
return lRetVal;
}
}
try this it will work...........
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Thank u very much.
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thanks preet

but can u plz tell me when i create a custom button extending the field, it cannot consume the click, i.e. when i click the button, it seems that no event occurs and my function to execute after the event is occured is never executed. i used changeListener to identify which button is clicked.

Plz tell me how to make the button cunsume the click.

thanks once again.
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can some one tell me how to add a button click event to a Label, or plz giv me some info in custom button which looks like a label.
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Thanks , i got it..
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