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Hi,

I have developed a simple screen, with some text fields, labels and dropdowns. On the simulator it is running perfectly fine, but on the actual device 8300, when I navigate using the trackball or enter key from one field to another then there appears a time delay. the navigation within the dropdown list items in the same screen doesn't have this problem. I tried by changing the trackball response rate through settings also, but nothing is working. Can any of you guys help me out of this or provide me pointers to find and rectify the possible reasons for slow response while navigating from one control to another.

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Can overriding setChangeListener induce delay while moving across the controls?
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