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Hi, I want to be able (pardon the pun) to disable or enable a menu list in a Midlet. Is there an option for this? Even if it means 'grey-fading" the elements on the list.
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Menu / MenuItem / JMenu / JMenuItem all have a setEnabled(boolean) method. Is it really that hard to see that in the API javadoc?
 
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Originally posted by Billybob Marshall:
Menu / MenuItem / JMenu / JMenuItem all have a setEnabled(boolean) method. Is it really that hard to see that in the API javadoc?


Actually I'm using a List - which doesn't have enable/disable options.
 
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Originally posted by Billybob Marshall:
Menu / MenuItem / JMenu / JMenuItem all have a setEnabled(boolean) method. Is it really that hard to see that in the API javadoc?


I'm looking at the J2ME MID Profile Version 2.0 and do not see references to the swing classes mentioned above. Am I missing something? You can use the swing package in a MIDlet?
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Larry
 
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