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Old 01-08-2010, 04:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have installed the Visual Studio emulator plug in and can browse my ASP.Net web site with it. I have figured out how to type into a text box but cannot figure out how to click a link or menu button. Can somebody please help me?
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That depends on which simulator you are using.

If you are simulating a trackball device, you need to click on the simulator's trackball with your mouse. This emulates clicking the trackball on the physical device.

If you are simulating a touch device (like the storm), you click on the device screen.
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Since I am very new to Blackberry devices I am not sure which simulator I am using - it is simply the one that was installed with the Visual Studio plug in.

I have tried clicking the trackball and clicking on the screen and neither one works. I should also mention that moving my mouse does not move the cursor in the simulator. To move the cursor I have to use the arrow buttons on my keyboard. This is how I was able to type into an input box - by moving the simulator cursor with the arrow keys until the cursor changed to an I-bar over a text box and then typing.

Thanks for your previous reply. Any further help you can provide is appreciated!
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