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Hi all,
in order to give a friendly and professional look and feel to your MIDlet as shown on
http://www.benhui.net/modules/Bluetooth/images/btbrowserv2_2.jpg

do you use Canvas or do you use an ImageItem inside a Form?

Have you encountered a web resource, where download some example?
 
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Hi there.

I think in your example they used just a Form with an Image in it...

Anyway, for better looks you must use the Low-API with the Canvas as you mentioned.

There is a great "program" called J2ME Polish which helps you design the graphics using CSS with lots of great tools.

I don't use it myself (prefer to code it using java) but for easy way to do graphics check it out here
 
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