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Default Midlet: 2 Gauges in one row

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Hi!

I'm working on a midlet at the moment, that is supposed to run (among others) on a BlackBerry Bold.
Im developing with eclipse and the BlackBerry Plugin and I'm testing on the sim for now.

I would like to place two gauge Items on a Form and I want them to be in a single row (side by side). As far as I understand the API documentation the only limitation with gauges is, that LAYOUT_2 has to be used to prevent line breaks after them.
Still I cant figure out, how to keep the BB from linebreaking between the 2 Gauge Items.

Can anyone confirm, that it is actually possible to have two Gaues share one row? Maybe someone could even supply some sample code?

Would be very helpfull as I can hardly think of any other layout directive combination to try.

Kind regards,

Kolja
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